This is a wonderful facility that encourages socializing among people who otherwise wouldn't have much. Had she been living elsewhere when my grandfather died I'm not sure my grandmother would have fared so well. She still lives on her own and is able to dine with her friends in the dining hall and we know that if something were to happen to her she'd be 1) found, and 2) well taken care of. She is turning 95 this year and plays croquet in friendly competitive league at Meadow Lakes during the summer. She plays bridge year round. The staff all know her name and say hello in the halls. They treat her with kindness and respect, even though she can be frustrating (she doesn't remember things you've just told her, and can be a little rude to 'the help'). Her apartment is always clean, and I know the staff cleans it. They have a guest house, but this time we stayed in an empty unit they have available, which was wonderful. The wait staff in the dining hall isn't always very attentive, but they are mostly high school students so that's not too surprising. Overall, I wish every old person could stay somewhere so nice, that goes to such lengths to keep the elderly independent and engaged.