The staff is conscientious, very sweet, loving, caring, and very nice. If we see an issue at all, it’s taken care of immediately. I haven’t had any major issues at all, it’s just that mom's memory is getting worse, and they have to take care of her. She’s not in the memory care unit yet -- she’s still in assisted living -- so she’s got a lot of care. There are a lot of activities: bingo, they have a theater room, a gathering space with coffee and cookies everyday at two, and they have happy hour on Fridays at two-thirty. They need to have a lot especially with my mother because she’s always had ADHD and had to be busy every moment of every day practically unless she’s not feeling well. They also have doctors that come in once a month. They've got Christian worship services on Sundays, Sunday matinee movies, pokeno, mahjong, poker, rummy, life health classes, lifestyle balance and fitness, shopping at Walmart (they go shopping once a week), and today they have a St. Croix brunch train ride trip. The place is absolutely gorgeous. Actually it looks like some of the smaller beautiful hotels we stay in when we go to Mexico or to Arizona. You walk in and there’s a double staircase with a huge fireplace in the middle going up to a balcony -- basically a landing -- and then you go up another five or six steps to the hallway where the residents are. They do have a memory care unit in that building which is on the main floor. It’s 4-stories high -- very clean and very classy. It’s beautiful! It’s worth a trip there. We could not honestly be happier. The director and assistant director are wonderful. My mother went in at Arbor Lake towards the end of July. It was a living nightmare for about six weeks; we thought it was going to be this way until she lost her memory completely and about a month ago now, she started saying that she really likes it here. She doesn’t remember when I’ve been there. My sister's there three to four times a week. She's had company four to five times a week. Some of her friends from here had come to see her. She’s happy. They’ve made her happy.