Lexington Nursing Home had both good elements and bad elements about it. The staff were some of the nicest people I had ever met. Not only were they nice, but they were also quite helpful. My grandmother, during her stay there, never complained about the workers she dealt with. Unfortunately, the facility was not clean. The two most common scents were urine and ammonia, likely to try and clean the urine. The floors were perpetually sticky, and the furniture felt equally grimy. The cleanliness, unfortunately, was one thing that my grandma perpetually complained about. To the credit of the staff, whenever she complained about the griminess in her room or wherever, they cleaned it up without delay. The other complaint my grandmother had was that the food was incredibly bland. She vivdly described it as, "eating a boot soaked in butter." In all, Lexington Nursing Home was an average nursing home with flaws and successes.