My father was there at The Villages of Orleans for about three months. They were fantastic. They were great to my mother who needed a wheelchair every time she came to visit. There was always somebody there to greet her at the door and take her to my dad and return her back there. The people were very caring, and the nursing staff was fantastic. They did a great job at least when we were there. I saw them with another patient, and they seemed very caring. I spoke many times with the nursing staff, and they were very concerned with each patient. It was run by the county government and was later taken over by a private entity. There were no reductions on the nursing staff although a couple of people had left because they retired, but the level of service went down. I just didn't see as many people in the facility. They are great people to work with. They are very caring, and they were very good with us. I looked at several places, and this is fantastic. The section my dad was in was five years old maybe. Everything was in great shape. The whole facility has been remodeled so I can't say anything bad about it. The outside looked like a brick building, and there is nothing special there, but the interior was great. It has wide hallways and nice rooms. They have large central areas where both the residents and the visitors can go. I thought it was a great place compared to many places I saw online and other places I visited.