We have our uncle and his wife settled in to Orchard Park, and they like it. The place is really nice, and I like that they try to work with memory care patients who are not ready to be locked up. They have assisted living, but they keep an eye on them pretty good, so that's a huge plus. Some other centers just want to lock them up as soon as they hear the word "dementia," but these people would like to work with them and try to have the residents have dignity. They have memory care, so it's nice that we don't have to move them completely to another place. They can graduate all the way to hospice if they have to, and we liked that they had all the different levels of care. We've had staff issues that they've been talked to about. It's about their lack of compassion with the fact that my uncle was just trying to get to his wife, and they treated him like he was crazy even though he wasn't. The guy's been married 58 years, and he doesn't know how to live without his wife. When they got separated, he was just trying to get to her, and they just wanted to lock him up, but they're coming around, and the fact that they're receptive, I'd mark them higher. They have improved, and the food is good.