The staff was always super nice and seemed to be caring. The facilities in the nursing home reminded me of a hospital, I didn't like visiting. I don't really have another nursing home to compare it to though, so I don't know what it's supposed to be like. The assisted living area was nice though, looked like normal apartments. They would always call us when something was wrong. It was an awful call to get, but I guess what I'm saying is they were on top of everything. The doctors seemed to be knowledgeable and fill my parents in on their opinions of what medicines or surgeries to under take. I'm getting really sad thinking about this, though. Nursing homes in general are horrible. I don't mean that they mistreat people, just the idea of going to a place to die. I really don't know what else to say. It was a clean place, the staff was friendly, looked a little too much like a hospital for my taste. They had a bird cage in the common area where residents could watch TV and play piano, or look at the birds. That's always stuck with me for some reason. Oh, and once a week they would bring in dogs and cats for the residents to pet. That was nice.
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