The reason why Presbyterian Village is my second choice is because it is slightly above my range; otherwise it would have been on top of my list. They have outdoor pool as well as indoor pool. Their indoor pool has a five-person staffing to work with people on individualized exercises. I need that kind of thing and that is reason why it is really important to me. I can't exercise well without being in the water.
Presbyterian Village is just beautiful. It is on a 60-acre that has been declared a wildlife sanctuary. It is beautifully landscaped with flowerbeds all around. It has a nice-sized lake where the facilities are. It has independent living, assisted living, memory care and nursing home. They're all in separate buildings that are connected by paved walkways. For people who like wildlife and animals, there are geese and ducks on the pond. I also saw little rabbits hopping around and chipmunks.
There are walking paths that go on like when you want to go on hiking. They also have very nice apartments. Some are handicap-equipped that are a little bit larger so you can move around in a wheelchair. They have showers that you can actually just roll into. I was also very impressed with the staff that I met. Their residents seemed to be really happy there. The food is highly rated too. My daughter and I had one meal there and it was absolutely delicious. I would absolutely recommend this place.