My aunt was a resident of the Goodwill Assisted Living home for a period of approximately fifteen months. I visited her twice weekly during her stay at Goodwill. She really enjoyed her time at this facility. My aunt expressed to me on numerous occasions that the employees were genuinely interested in speaking with the residents. It was evident to me during my visits, that this was true. Each and every employee greeted every person that they came into contact with. They offered assistance with travel arrangements for the group busses. They offered advice on how to settle disagreements. They always asked the residents how they were doing that day. Even if a resident took a long time answering a question, or became confused or forgetful, the employees never seemed to become irritated or aggravated with the resident. Their patience and attentiveness means so much to the residents, and it was very much appreciated by family members, like me. The facility is also very safe. The doors are locked after a certain time in the evening, and remain that way all through the night. This makes the residents feel quite secure in their dwelling. There are staff at Goodwill to assist the residents twenty four hours per day, and this also aides the residents to have great peace of mind. If anything should happen, staff are readily available. Residents always have the choice to eat cafeteria prepared meals, or they can prepare their own meals in small kitchens. Some residents have tiny kitchen units in their own apartment or dwelling. Also, some residents have access to kitchens that are used by many residents, and they can receive help from staff with cooking needs. The cafeteria food is quite good, and does not remind you of the typical food that you see served in some facilities such as this one.