At Chandler Estate, it was there one place where I was greeted when I walked in, which impressed me. The main facility houses the assisted living patients, but the campus has this independent living where there are four apartment-style, all single-story pods around the estate. When I walked in there, the people were very friendly, and the caretakers were helpful to the assisted living people. They were kind enough to take us down and show us one of the empty units that was going to become available for rent. My mother had a two-bedroom home before that she was living in. This home was every bit as spacious as what she was used to livingin and all her furniture fit in there. It is completely fitted with kitchens and the bathrooms, but if you do not want to cook, you can have meals delivered to your home. The main campus cafeteria makes food for the assisted living, but they will bring meals, which has been very helpful. They maintain the place, tshovel the snow, and do everything, and it is quite affordable. It was probably the least expensive one out of the ones that we had checked out. She’s been there for approximately two years. There are a lot of activities, but my mother chooses not to participate in any of them. They have church services there on Sunday. I know my mother is safe there. The price was fair compared to the other places we looked at.