My neice was in A.G. Rhodes. It was a very structurally nice facility. Everything was pleasant and wonderful including the administrative staff and the facility itself. But I have reservations about their staff once you get to the second floor and third floor. They seemd to have limited training to understand that different patients have different needs; you cannot have a one fits all mentality. That was my only reservation when she was there. That made me uneasy because I had to be there all of the time to make sure things work according to her needs. For example: she has sensitive skin. She needed a microfiber towel to clean her, and they used a wash cloth, so developed a sore that was not taken care of. That’s one of the reasons why I took her home: to take care of the wound. She often used soft tissue to blow her noise; they didn’t do that. That’s the only problem I had there, but otherwise, everything else was perfect. They were very accommodating; however, her timing and their timing was not a fit at first, but after a while, they began to handle it well with her. The very first week, she was very ill and incapable of really picking up. I didn't have the opportunity to go down to the facility that time because she needed more sleep and there are more people. They wake up early in the morning to go down and do the exercises and she couldn’t. The facility itself and the staff were excellent in terms of therapy, but the schedule was not good for her. The food was excellent, and the care was OK.