My father-in-law (recently passed) was cared for by the amazing staff at Brandywine Reflections in Brick. He entered the facility due to memory loss/confusion brought on by a poor reaction to anesthesia; coupled with failing eyesight and hearing loss, he required a lot of care. My husband and I had faith in Brandywine because my father-in-law had been in respite care several times at the Gables; but with his new memory issue, The Gables was no longer the right fit. So Brandywine suggested Reflections; we toured the facility, met the staff and knew we found the right place. The facility is beautiful--bright, open, has outdoor space; it is very clean; the residents' rooms are large, well laid out. But the reason Brandywine Reflections deserves 5+ stars--THE STAFF!!! Every staff member is kind, warm, professional, keenly attentive to all residents. Although my father-in-law could not really participate in the daily socialization (music, games) due to his impairments, he would often sit on a couch or comfy chair in a lovely home-like living room area. The staff always kept him in close watch, attending to his needs. The nursing staff is exceptional--professional but always kind and compassionate. The aides were wonderful-- very attentive, caring. The staff always reached out to my husband and me and other visitors--greeting us warmly, updating us on my father-in-law's condition; we enjoyed uplifting, friendly conversations with many staff members. As my father-in-law began to decline, we were approached about starting Hospice care. Hospice care was offered on site, so my father-in-law was able to remain in his own room at Brandywine. With the excellent, compassionate care Brick Brandywine Reflections offered, my father-in-law was able to be comfortable as he lived the last of his 97 years, and my husband and I had the peace of mind knowing he was in good hands.