What do you think of this? Our facility is smoke free - no smoking allowed indoors, period. However.....one resident recently came back from having back surgery in hospital and is bed bound. Long-time smoker. He can't get out of bed except twice a week up in a chair. So now this resident is allowed to smoke in his room, supervised. He has a roommate who does not smoke, but isn't a/o enough to complain, I'm sure. Supposedly everyone has ok'd this to happen, but I don't agree. If we're a smoke free facility, and it's posted for the public as such, and other residents aren't allowed to smoke in their rooms then why should this one? I know he's bed bound, and he has a right to smoke if he wants. But do his rights overpower his roommate who shares the room? I guess I have mixed opinions on this. What do you think?