I chose Heritage because it is more of a skilled care facility. I felt like she was at that stage where she needed more help. A lot of the assisted living homes close their doors at night. It is kind of hard for somebody in a wheelchair to open and close doors, so we are worried about her being in her room not being able to get the help she needed if the call button didn't work. I just felt that it was more appropriate. The staff seems to go in there. Sometimes they are just busy because they have a lot of people to deal with, and I can understand that. But she is not complaining too much about them. One of her complaints is that they don't give her enough to drink at night. I can understand about not wanting to get up in the middle of the night to take all these people to the bathroom. The cleanliness is better. When I first walked in there, there was like an odor that you get in older homes that has carpeting. One thing I would do -- and I don't know how much they can control this -- would be to take the carpet out and put tiles down to make things cleaning easier. I did like the grounds. The grounds over there are nice. They have like two ponds over there and a walkway with a little bridge and fish and stuff like that in there. If you wanted, you can take them for a walk and get them away from the area without having to take them to your car which is next to impossible to do if someone is in a wheelchair. They could probably use more staffing at night though. The parking is hard there too. If you are a person that has to go to a busy hour, it might affect you a little differently.