Baptist Memorial provides various levels of care, from relatively independent apartment living to full-time care and monitoring. In my experience, it seems quite easy for a resident to move to a different level of care as the need arises. If a resident needs additional care, they are not separated from the friends they have made elsewhere on campus. With the different levels of monitoring all on the same site, visitation with other residence is quite simple. The staff is always very friendly and appears to have a genuine concern for each residents well being. There are always activities going on from morning until after dinner. Speaking of dinner, I've eaten in the main cafeteria and it's not bad. Much better than my cafeteria in high school!The negative that I would point out is the age of the infrastructure. There is always some sort of maintenance going on. Aside from the day to day tasks, it seems they are always painting or replacing carpets or updating essential equipment. I know this is required in all facilities and cannot be avoided, but it is distracting at times.