My mother has resided at Drum Hill for about 18 months now. Hesitant at first to give up her private home, but the one bedroom apartment has worked out very nicely. She enjoys the coffee hour each weekday morning in the Penthouse, and takes part in many of the daily activities on the schedule (vary each day), crafts, music, chair yoga, bingo, etc. She has even started playing cards in the evening after dinner! While living on her own she was not eating well, but here she has enjoyed two served meals a day, with the company of others in the beautiful atrium dining room. The staff decorates for the various holidays and holds a monthly resident Birthday Party with live entertainment. Various community groups come in to "The Hill" to interact with the seniors and my mother loves to participate, especially with the "kids", be it the "Senior Dance" or Interact Club, etc. There is a bus for local outings and Church that is great since she no longer drives. The best thing I can say at Drum Hill is that everyone on the Staff, and even the Aides that I see in the common areas who are there caring for other residents, are all very kind. This was a great find for my family, allows my mother to remain independent, but near enough for us to visit frequently. When need arises, she can remain in her new place and we can bring in help as need be.