CareSource is not your ONLY option when seeking care for your dying loved one, but for me it was the best choice. At one time or another it seems inevitable we will be faced with the challenge of caring for a loved one who is not going to get better. After talking to others I learned that some tried a skilled nursing facility, others kept the loved one at home and received hospice home health, others tried smaller nursing facilities i.e., if the loved one had alzheimers they chose a facility specializing in that. I chose CareSource based on the information from these various conversations, my conversation with a member of the management staff, and knowing they were specialized and experienced in providing the high level of care my father would need. I was relieved and comforted to know that if there was a concern of question, they would take any steps necessary to resolve it, While waiting for an opening at CareSource, my sibling placed my father in a nursing facility. The quality of care was very poor. My father could barely speak above a whisper, and was not mobile but they did not provide him with a button, speaker, or any means in which to call anyone for help. When I talked to a managing staff member, I was told, "oh its okay, we remember to check on him from time to time." Comments like that still haunt me today even after his passing. I wish my father could have been placed with CareSource from day one. CareSource provided a significantly better environment, a higher level of nursing care that was provided in a compassionate and competent manner. They provided us with updates and kept us current regarding his condition. I will always remember and appreciate the quality of care they gave to my dying loved one. It made the grieving process a little easier to go through. YES, I would have, and I have, recommended them to others.