One of the things that I really enjoy about the Kensington Court is that besides being an assisted living, they also have an adult day-care as well. Because of that, those residents who are brought in just for the day, have continued activities, and things that only enhance the variety of things for the assisted living people to live there full time. What’s also interesting is that for those residents who like to play Bingo, but could not afford $0.25 a game, they also have Bingo in another part of the building without the need of any coinage. You could get your own apartment with a separate bedroom, and living-room or a combination kitchen, and living room if you want. In my mom’s case, she got a studio apartment in which you could either use your furniture or their furniture. It has a bed, a closet, a huge window, and a large bathroom. There’s laundry on the premises where you can do your own laundry or have it done. The other thing is the great room, which is a two-storey-high huge area, and has a sense of not closed in. They have some skylight, and you can see the stars. The dining room is large, and in an open area, so the residents who are having lunch can see everything that’s going on around. They’re not isolated in a single room. My mom is 95, and one of the reasons I chose this place was they had rooms available on the first floor. So, if there was any confusion on what floor to get off by the use of an elevator, that confusion was now not even a consideration. She was able to get a room on the first floor, and once she came out of her door, she had a straight visual run to the great room, the dining room, the nurses’ office, and the post office. The biggest thing, I think, was the administrator, Andrea. Her office was immediately to the left as you came in, and if you had even the smallest concern, she had the most open door, compassionate policy that I’ve seen in any facility. It wasn’t just a job for her. She really has a passion for this place, and its residents.