Im a student, and i was assisting another patient with feeding(Pt B). The patient sitting on the other side of me (Pt A) was scraping his plate with his fingers and trying to get the last bit of food. He was watching me feed pt B, and commenting on how good the food was, and how good that food im feeding to pt B looks. My fellow classmate asked him if he enjoyed his food and if he was full. He said the food was great, but no he's definitely not full! He showed her the plate with his shakey hands and asked he he could maybe have a little more. This is a nursing home, so this man is almost 90. It was so sad seeing him still hungry, so she set off to see if he could have more food. After determining that he was on a regular pureed diet with no calorie restrictions, she asked the CNA if it was ok to get him another serving. She told her no, because they were low on pureed food. So she asked another CNA, and she said no as well. So then she asked the charge nurse, and he said "no, he always asks though so dont worry about it". Then she came in and tried to tell the man his nurse said no more food. Then the CNA comes in with another plate, grabs his other plate and drops the new one in front of him, tosses his spoon on the table and says "Your always asking for more food!" and a rude and annoyed tone, then leaves. He is pretty old, and didnt realize what she had just done, so he just said "oh wow thankyou so much! This looks delicious im so hungry! yum!" as she was walking out the door. He then ate everything off that plate too. The portion they expected to satisfy this tall 6'5 170 pound mobile man was the same amount of food given to the 5'0, 70 pound wheelchair bound woman sitting next to him. Please tell me this is not the way things are supposed to be run in a facility. Is this justified in any way? In any circumstance? It was so sad that I wanted to cry. This man is the sweetest politest man and after she did that my classmates and i sat there with a shocked look on our faces for a good couple minutes.