We have placed my mother-in-law at Lamar Court. She likes the food there, which is crucial. Also one of the nice things for my mother-in-law is that there is no set time really for meals. She can go down and order off the menu when she wants, so that is a huge plus for her. With regards to the staff, the people that I have dealt with have been very, very helpful. However, as far as the actual help, it takes a while to adjust, and some of them may not know how to treat a stroke victim with paralysis. I think my mother-in-law has asked to have one of them taken off of her care. Her room is fine. It is spacious. It is one large room in which she has her bed, her sitting area, her bath, and her little fridge. It works perfectly for her. Also, it is clean, and that's what I like about it. They made sure that everything was clean before she moved in, so the place (Lamar Court) is clean, it doesn't stink, and it doesn't smell like a nursing home.My mother-in-law has not been there long enough, and I think she is still adjusting. However, they do have activities should she decide to do them. I like that they have an activity director. They have some really nice things. Also, the residents in that facility have not lost a lot of their cognitive ability, and because my mother-in-law is still really with it, that is a huge plus too.