My godmother stayed in these facilities just a few months before she passed away. The facilities were somewhat smaller than I expected, resting on only about 3 acres, but this didn't diminish my experience. I was slightly concerned by the amount of employee turnover the facility had, as it seemed that once I finally remembered one nurse's name, they were gone and the senior staff was in the middle of training someone new. It was really nice that they allowed small pets, as many of the residents didn't have anyone close to really spend time with them, and having animals around really brought a certain positive atmosphere to the place. Medication was delivered on schedule through an on-site pharmacy and managed by RNAs, which gave me a little piece of mind because my Godmother had trouble "remembering" to take her medication. The home always had some activity, game or event going on around mid-day, usually organized around a seasonal or holiday theme (my Godmother Phyllis particularly liked the Easter Egg hunt) to keep them busy, and I was pleased to learn they keep their own charter bus on-site to take them downtown for shopping and local events, and residents were always well supervised. I gave their review 3 out of 5 stars, because although my Godmother enjoyed her time their, it seemed a steep price to pay for room and board and some supervision, but I really don't have anything else to compare it to, but I would recommend them in the future.