I have to say that the person who took us on the tour at Park Terrace at Radisson was exemplary and spent a lot of time with us. They were interested in my mom and asked a lot of questions with regard to her. They were also able to answer all our questions. When we walked into the facility, it was very warm and welcoming. People were moving around, smiling, and happy. We were greeted right away. The rooms were probably some of the nicest and a good size. One thing I like about that is that the colors were more appealing. It was a bright facility with lots of light, and it was very clean. The bathrooms were right in their rooms, and they could shower in their rooms. They even had a little kitchen area with a little refrigerator. Because they are connected with an assisted living, they have some joint activities that the people in the memory care can go to. They have many different kinds of activities, and they have activities specific for memory care where you could stay right in that one wing with the memory care. The reason why I was attracted to that memory care facility is that it was small. It was only a 13-bed facility as supposed to some of the other ones. In the memory care, instead of having them read the menu, they are going to bring two dishes to them and let them chose which one they would like.