We went to The Wellington at Dayton. It was nice, and it looked like the residents were taken care of. The staff was very hospitable. The rooms looked very clean and spacious with nice appliances and plenty of space for one person. It looked like it would be a lot of fun and would have kept anyone engaged and active. All the activities that are going on are in the calendar that showed what was planned for the month. It was well explained. She showed us all the activity rooms, where they took place, all the options, especially like dining, and she took us on the whole tour. It's your choice, it sounded like you could take part or not. They looked like they were being safe, people were wearing masks, and it was very clean and sanitary. She even talked about different kinds of activities that happened at different times of the year, like seasonal, outdoor stuff during the spring, summer, and early fall, and indoor stuff for the winter. They even have outings and trips. There was a shuttle service if you're shopping not far from there, and if you wanted to go to the grocery store or Walmart, there were places nearby. It looked very congenial, friendly, and safe. I think we ran into a lady who lived there, and she has lived there for many years. But, it was just too expensive.