The woman I am helping is in Salmon Brook Center. They are willing to accept her long-term. I think it is a good nursing home since I know several people who have gone there. My mother is there, also, for a short time. They seem to be very patient with her and have been very helpful in assisting me and answering my questions. They seem to be well-staffed. There is just one thing that I am a little concerned about; the person that I am trying to help happened to be in the hospital, so, whiel I wasn't getting any answers from the hospital as to how long she was going to be in there, I went to Salmon Brook to pick up some of her belongings. I walked in, picked up her clothes, walked out, and did not see anybody near the front door. That causes me some concern. The room that she is in seems nice enough. The first week she was there, she had the room to herself. She went to the hospital, came back, and she now has a roommate. There are two people in a room. The staff seems to be adequate. In the area where she is, it seems to be quite busy. I do know that they probably have a few activities going on for people who want to attend. When I go there, there is usually maybe three or four people in the lobby area in wheelchairs just sitting there; I do not know what their circumstances are, but there seems to be activities happening all of the time.