I would NOT recommend Halina's to anyone. She did not provide properly for my grandparents while they were in one of her homes in St. Charles. The home was understaffed, not too wheel chair friendly, and Halina herself was very unfriendly. My grandpa went into Halina's still walking a little, and pretty active, but in about 5 months I saw a very different man. Stuck in his bed and chair all day, not eating, not going outside (whether it be because he didn't want to or because "it is too hard to get him out"), and miserable. He would lay in bed and not be changed (clothes and depends) for hours or even the whole day. He had very few personal needs, just basic things like wanting to be put in bed (which he had to wait sometimes an hour for) or wanting to go on outside (which they told him he couldn't because they couldn't get his wheelchair through the door to the deck or it was too hard for them) or being warm and wanting his long sleeved shirt off (which the caregiver denied to help take off, and walked out of the room and closed the door behind her. Luckily I was there to help). There was also only 1 door that was wheelchair accessible in the home, and with 5 residents (4 of them in wheelchairs) and only 1 caretaker, I felt like that was a hazard. I was sitting outside with my grandparents while people where touring the home and my grandma looked at me and said, "I wish they knew the truth about this place, they are just being lied to" I felt awful and heartbroken hearing this. I'm hoping that o can prevent at least 1 person from going to Halina's and find anywhere else to go. Since moving into Halina's in January of 2016, my grandfather has passed away and my grandmother has moved out.