My mother was at Crestwood Care Centre. She had Alzheimer's and they did have a special floor for just Alzheimer's patients where they have a little extra staff and everything. The facility seemed very clean. There were two or three beds in every room, but my mother only had to share the room with one other person. The staff was wonderful. They were so gentle with my mother and very caring. If she had a slightest fall or anything, they called me immediately. If I wasn't there to feed her, they always had an aide to help her. Food smelled good. Regarding activities, they did not do too much. They did have different activities and they would try to get her to participate in some. My mother would do okay with that. The dining area looked nice and there was plenty of room. One thing I was impressed about it is that there was plenty of room in between the tables for people like if they have a wheelchair, you can maneuver a wheelchair through there if you had to. I would recommend this facility to anyone. When my mom turned 95, they had a few people come in and they had a special room over there where they had a little birthday party for her. They supplied the coffee and stuff for us. They made you feel they actually care about their patients. The morning that they called me when my mother had taken the turn for the worst, they thought that it was the end of her. So they put her in a room by herself where we could all come in. We had the privacy of that room at that time and every one of the staff, they kept coming every little while to tell me how it was a pleasure to have taken care of my mother and they just made me feel really good. They were giving me a hug at that time and were so sorry about that. They were just so wonderful. Also several of them came to my mother's wake.