My mom has been at Methodist Oaks for seven years. For the first part she was in assisted living and things were really going well. When they moved her, when she got to the care after assisted living, everybody was in wheelchairs and she could still walk, but she was having a little bit of trouble getting out before she could get to the cafeteria and stuff, so they put her in a wheelchair and she fell after about a week that she had gotten down there. She had never fallen before, so we were just thinking that maybe the move wasn't agreeing with her. But since they've gotten her in a wheelchair and it's got some alarm on it, so when she stands up, they are aware that she doesn't need to be walking off or anything. She's gotten used to it and she seems happy now. For a while she was kind of confused, but now she is settled. They have a game room and an activity director, and I think they do little exercises with light muscle stretch bands and those rubber balls and things. They make little crafts and do things like that. Overall, we've had more positive experiences than we had negative. For the people around Orangeburg County, it is probably the best facility.