My father lived here for the last year-ish of his life. I'm surprised by some of the bad reviews that this place has received. I was very pleased with the care that he received while he lived there. My father suffered from diabetes and very advanced multiple sclerosis, so he needed assistance bathing, dressing, eating, toileting, etc. Everytime I went to visit my father, he was clean and dressed and in good spirits. My father was a tough man to please, and when he wasn't pleased with the care that he was receiving, he would let me know, but he never had any complaints about any of the aids here at Suncrest (he did have complaints about the care that he received at some of the other facilities that he lived in). They even did the bulk of the legwork to get him on hospice care, and took the lead on coordinating his care with hospice. Anyone who is caring for an ill parent know how much of a pain care coordination can be, so I was particularly appreciative of this.
The only 'problem' I ever had with this facility was when he first arrived. I moved him from one facility to another, and the last facility he was at had stopped giving him his insulin regularly (for some reason). When I moved him to Suncrest, they just continued his same regimine, which included NOT giving him regular insulin. It's not necessarily their responsibility to second-guess the inbound care plan that they're given from another facility, and as soon as I realized what was happening and asked him to go back on the insulin, they did so without giving me any grief. I just mention this because if you do choose to move your loved one here, you will want to review the medication list and care plan to make sure that everything looks correct to you, because they may not identify any oddities in that plan.