Grand Living at Citrus Hills is absolutely spectacular, beautiful, and phenomenal. The staff is amazing and there's not a person that works there who doesn't say hello. It's unbelievable compared to the place where my mom was. My mom is in their memory care unit. The rooms are big, airy, and clean. They have what they call a memory box, which is a big built-in shelf with bookcases where you can put things for them to remember from their past, which is nice. The room also has a refrigerator, and a built-in shower chair. I eat there all the time with my mom and you can eat a pork loin, which melts in your mouth; you don't even have to chew it, that's good. I'm actually paying less there than the place where she was at. My mom has dementia, but when I went to see her yesterday, she actually used a full sentence when she talked to me for the first time in a year and a half, and she's only been there for a week. They have a Michelin chef and what's nice is they have choices of five appetizers, three different entrees, salads, and soups. The food is so good and I eat when I go there because it's like being on a cruise. I took Mom to one of the activities and she wouldn't even bother to hold a pencil in her hand, but I noticed one of the volunteers walked over to Mom, put the pencil in her hand, wrapped her hand around Mom's hand, and helped her color. They just engaged them and help them do it, talk to them, and encourage them. They've constantly got things going on for them, which is really good. They even have a swimming pool with a lift, so that if you're in a wheelchair, you can put them on that and put them in the pool. The grand living room is phenomenal, and they have a piano, a real movie theater, a spa, a gym, hair salon, barbeque area, the rooms are double the size of the rooms where my mom used to live, and I'm only paying $4,900.