My mother has used Welcome Home. That has been my favorite place of all. It is a small 2-building facility. I love the staff -- especially the administrator -- and they have a chef that cooks the meal. My mother loves the food. She raves about it. Even in her memory loss stage, she doesn’t hesitate to go there. I have used them for respite a few times in the past, and that’s my favorite place. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have skilled nursing, so I can’t take my mother for hospice. I always see them doing crafts and puzzles, and they have people come in and singing with them. I have been impressed with their activities and just with the whole facility. They do have different types of rooms. They even bring in your own furniture in there. They have them furnished and there’s lovely wood furniture. They have paintings on the walls throughout the building, nice big oil paintings, and it has a wonderful feel about it. It feels more homely; it doesn’t feel hospital-like. The rooms aren’t that big, but they have a big family room area with the dining room and the kitchen right there together. They sit around the table together, and the chef will ask them personally how they like their eggs that day or what they would like to have for breakfast. It is just a lovely atmosphere. From the staff that I have met when I dropped her off, they have been very helpful and very courteous. I usually met the CNAs and the aides, and they seem to get along. I just have a good feel there.