Golden Living Center – Plattsmouth was great, and they were great with my dad. He was there for probably a year, and he did great. It was just that it cost a lot. The nursing home part was kind of old, and they were remodeling it, but the memory care unit was beautiful, and it was a community; it was homelike. They did activities with him almost every day and he was hardly ever in bed when we went there. He was up eating and talking to people, doing activities all the time or out in the courtyards because they would take him outside in the courtyards. It was really nice. The activities were great. My dad loved it. He never fell, and I don't remember them ever calling us and telling us that he fell or got hurt or anything. The staff was very, very kind, and very well-educated. None of them acted like they were unsure of what to do. Any questions we had got answered by the person that we asked. Their dementia care was a locked unit, and my dad was in it. He wasn't a wander risk, but they decided to put him over there just because he was acting a bit unstable with his dementia. I don't think we ever saw them understaffed, and the place was immaculate and clean. The only concern that we had when we were over there one time was that we had a hard time getting in. We were a little frustrated because when we first got there and he had been admitted, we weren't sure where he was, and when we asked the nursing home side of it, nobody knew. It was just a little disorganized on the nursing home side. But, it was great.