My father is in a nursing home right now but he's doing rehab. Park Place was recommended by the doctor at the hospital and his primary care physician because it is closer to their home as well. For the most part, the staff is very attentive. It seemed they don't rush to help the patient go to the bathroom, but I keep in mind too that they have so many patients to get to the bathrooms. But it's hard and humiliating for like even my father who could just sit there and wet his pants. You're always going to have some people on the staff that don't seem to really want to do anything. I really haven't seen the most exceptional care, but they do the best they can. They have a lot of different activities like Bingo, singing, games, and they've got friends and churches come in quite often, which are pretty satisfactory, and a movie night too. It's a very clean facility.The room where my father is has two beds, but it get's quite crowded because whole families are visiting. The food that they serve seems to be fried quite often, but the servings are huge. I think they need to curb the fried part of it. The aides need to be a little more attentive and they should be encouraged more to do that. Sometimes, when they are called in a room, and I'm sure its very redundant for them but some staff had attitudes like "I don't want to do this again." Then, you also have some wonderful people if they had more attention. I have noticed that some of the patients in some other rooms would lay there on the beds and their television is only blank channel with a lot of snow and that's turned on full blast, because they can't get off and don't know how to use the remote right and it's sitting there. Eventually somebody gets in, but it's a long time. I usually would walk around , go in, and help them with their television. I don't know if I'm allowed to do that, but I do hope so. Somebody needs to check on the rooms on a regular basis, that's all. This facility itself is very bright, very clean, and it has a cheerful environment which is a real plus there.