My mom is in Mennonite Friendship Communities. We chose it because it is reasonably priced, and we can afford it. As she gets better, there are a lot of options if she wants to stay there. We are hoping she gets to go home, but it is not going to be possible; she can move back into one of the duplexes. They have income-based duplexes. If somebody made $2,000 or less, they could be in the campus with one of those duplexes and go to the main house for all the activities or whatever, but there is no maintenance at all. It is much more affordable than anything that I have found. It is not fancy. It does not look like the white house, but it is very nice. It is a nice place to visit. They do have exercise classes Mondays through Fridays. Every other day, they have sit and be fit, and every other day, they have strings and balance exercise; that is going to be really important for her. They also have a wood shop, a hobby room where you can go and do whatever you want. They have sewing machines. If you want to bring your own stuff in there, you can set up whatever you want to do. They have a big room with a coffee machine for the residents to use. There is a little general store, and some of the residents work there. They volunteer their hours to work there. They also have a shop which the things that are donated to them, they clean them up, put them in the shop, and sell them, and all that money goes back into making the place affordable to anyone that needs it. However, they really have a high staff turnover which surprises me.