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"The Shores at Pleasant Hill assisted living facility was one of the places we saw while looking in the region for our great aunt.
The exterior was designed like a hotel or resort, with nicely..." More
"The Courtyard Estates assisted living facility looked really well-kept from the outside. We were looking for a suitable place for our aunt to live.
The grounds featured nice patio areas that also..." More
"We moved my parents to Village Assisted Living two years ago and have been very pleased with the care they have received. The facility had only been opened for a short time when they moved there. ..." More
"This facility is a wonderful place! They have continental breakfast every day and they can serve a meal if you don't want to cook for yourself. The whole place is beautiful. They have a landscape..." More
"The Walden Point assisted living facility was recommended by a friend in the region as an option for his mother.
The backyard featured many places for seniors to enjoy around the grounds safely...." More
"While searching for a place for my friend's mother to live, we visited the Rose of Des Moines assisted living facility.
We really liked the well-kept park setting because the outdoors had always..." More
"My mother-in-law visited and had a list of places to see while she was in the area. On her list was Ramsey Village. Right away, you notice the state of the place. Everything looks pristine from..." More
"My grandmother stayed at this nursing home while recovering from shoulder surgery. This facility had assisted living and a nursing/rehabilitation wing. It was a great facility that offered shared..." More
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