I visited this facility while attending a caregivers support group funded by County Aging Services. I saw a very clean facility. The staff to elder ratio appeared to be high, though I didn't count bodies. The staff treat the elders with great respect and kindness, which I found refreshing. They have different activities for differing levels of involvement. They have a computer in one corner, there is a card table which is staffed to assist those playing cards, and there is an activities person who keeps the group active. The activity I witnessed was rolling a ball across the floor to another person. There were at least 2 staff that I could see who assisted in the game. This is also a cross-generational day care. There are 3 rooms; one of the rooms is a common room where the preschool and elders meet for activities such as reading, singing, storytelling, and fun. The preschoolers are on one side of the common room and the elders are on the other side when they are not doing "together" activities. The elder room seems a bit crowded with comfy couches and overstuffed chairs, but since the elders sit a lot, it makes sense. I am looking forward to having my Dad spend some time there.