Yes, I watched it - the Mother/Daughter situation rang so many bells with me.
I did consider NOT watching it, but in the end my curiosity as to how dementia is handled and how care homes are run in the USA got the better of me
If all care homes could be modelled on the one shown I don't think many carers would have a problem with making the tough decision to resign from their caring role and would be happy for their caree to reside and be cared for in such an environment.
At one point a cost of US$4000 per month was mentioned - this equates to about £2500 with today's exchange rates; about the same monthly cost as a residential home here - but the US home was purpose built with large, light and airy individual rooms unlike here where most residential homes are large houses that have been extended/converted and where, too often, the rooms are small and badly furnished.
It was also obvious that the staff in the US version had been trained in dementia care and that there were plenty of activities on offer for the residents. Unlike the majority of homes here where few staff have had proper dementia care training and where activites only consist of watching TV or playing children's board games.
We could learn a great deal from the American version