I am a relative of a resident. What they tell you on the tour doesn't come true when you move in.
If you are an elder, or have an elder family member thinking of moving here - check out the bathrooms. They fit very few needs as far as safety and the owner's/staff do nothing but tell you to try to buy fixtures to make it work. They themselves will not spend a dime to upgrade and make safety #1.
The menus aren't necessarily heart healthy although they advertise such. Ask for the last several weeks of menus to see for yourself, not just the online one, especially for those with low fat/cholesterol; low sugar diets etc.
There webpage says no community fee = not true. Personal care - 1 hour/day = not true. We hold the deposit and don't cash it until you've been approved, not true, they cash it within a few days, before they even start the process of medical reports and assessments.
Many of the aids have limited English which makes it difficult for any resident, especially those with hearing issues to discuss needs etc.
There seems to be a lack of communication between the aids/nurses/directors as to resident needs.
Pros: The activities are varied, frequent and enjoyed by many residents. The place is kept clean. The interior is very user friendly and designed well for residents to get around easily.