My mother-in-law moved into Carnegie Village Senior Living Community. One of the things we like the most is that her apartment is very up-to-date, very spacious, and even though she doesn't cook, or cook much, it still has a full kitchen. So, it really makes it feel more like a home. It's very upkept, very clean. They are in the process of updating all of the outer areas of the assisted living. Right now it's a little dated, but they were going to start construction soon. The independent living is completely up-to-date, very beautiful, and very attractive. I'm hoping that the assisted living will look that good when they finish with it too.
They have been very responsive to any concerns that we have had. I'm there a lot with my mother-in-law, and they have come in to explain to her -- for example, she was going to have physical therapy, and she had not met the therapist, but the woman stopped in earlier in the day just to introduce herself and explain to her that she would be coming by later to do the physical therapy. I just thought that was just a nice touch. They didn't just show up and say, "Hey, we're doing physical therapy." I just thought they did a great job. They do have a beauty salon right there at the entrance to the assisted living. The problem is my mother-in-law is not really willing to do a lot of things. I do know that they post activities every week. They post them in the elevator, they post them in the hallways, they send out fliers to all the residents. I've even been there when a staff member came by just to let my mother-in-law know that bingo was getting ready to take place, and if she'd like to come down. They've just done a great job of trying to encourage her to participate.
We're thrilled to hear about the positive impact our community is having on your family. The amazing people living and working here truly make it feel like home, one where all our residents can be comfortable, and their families can rely on us to take care of their loved ones. Thank you so much for the positive feedback!