I would give the Williamsburg Village Memory Unit, for patients with Alzheimer's disease and dementia, no stars due to poor health standards. My grandmother is temporarily staying in the Walker Unit (Memory Unit) until we find her a more suitable nursing home. The staff are rude, and do not seem to care about the well-being of the patients at all. They do not clean up vomit in a timely manner, they did not check my Grandmother's pull-up for what would seem to be hours, my aunt arrived to visit to find a 3 pound pull up on my Grandmother. I have witnessed some abuse in the home toward the patients, as well as the patients abusing one another because they are not being watched properly. They are not bathed as often as they should be. My main complaint is the fact that the nurses just are not caring, patient,or kind, and also do not speak English well. I recently was having a conversation with a patient to find he had medication in his pockets, very dangerous. The staff are not talkative or friendly, towards visitors or patients. The men and women in the Walker Unit are all very sad-looking, and although some of them are very capable of cohesive conversation, the nurses do not take the time to talk to them. They spend much of their time on their cell-phones. I would never put elderly there. When they gave my Aunt a tour of the facility, they showed her the front, where they keep "normal" patients. Where there is a formal dining room with a piano and chandelier, pretty hallways, big rooms with paintings on the walls and flowers. But in the Walker Unit it is dirty, smells of urine and feces, the wardrobes that all patients have in their rooms are broken. The showers in the bathrooms do not work. Williamsburg Village is just a nightmare.