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"We chose this facility for my mother because it's a residential care facility and they only have 5 people which is good. Also one reason is that their rates stay the same no matter how her physical..." More
"Casa Grande was a beautiful facility, but it was expensive, and they don’t have a dementia wing. It’s elegant, and we really couldn’t afford it over the long term. They didn’t have the shuttle..." More
"This is a small 24 bed facility, more like a group home. There were residents in their wheelchairs seated in front of a TV mostly sleeping. My guide told me they decide what to watch, but I don't..." More
"Park Visalia checked my mother several times a day to make sure she was OK. They are excellent, and the main thing was the travel service. I worked in another place that was more expensive, and it..." More
"Evergreen is the very best at what they can help with, and that is caring for your family member as though they were part of their own family. It is a privately owned facility and every service..." More
"This is a retirement facility managed and supported through a Christian partnership of churches. They offer townhomes and apartments for rent or with prepaid lease. The grounds are beautifully..." More
"We were looking for a place for my uncle but as of the moment we are still in the process of getting him a spot in Twin Oaks. He's going through having a physical therapy as of now and also working..." More
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