Lutheran Village at Wolf Creek was a nice facility. They had an entirely independent living building. I did not tour this facility, but it was a fairly new complex. The unit that I was in was a rehab room. They have a rehab wing where you can go for short-term care, and then there are people who are living longer term but would need some kind of nursing care or overseeing. They have a nice chapel, nice lobby and social areas, and a nice therapy room, and the people were very warm and welcoming. All the rooms were private and were very nice. The thing that was impressive in their memory care unit that I did not find in any of the other facilities I visited -- most of the facilities are going to alarms and they would be prepared to handle somebody who would be a wanderer. They do not put these alarms on all individuals; they use the alarm if needed. But they could put alarms on the back of the wheelchair and attached to a person’s shirt, and if they tried to get up then it would just connect because of the magnet attached. And they also could put a magnet underneath the seat of a wheelchair or a chair which would indicate if the person tried to get out or lifted their weight that would alarm the staff that the person was trying to get out. They have alarms that would be placed on the walls that would indicate the person in the room is moving about, and if there was somebody who was not supposed to be moving about alone, that would signal the nursing staff that they needed to come. They are one of the few that still could put a bed alarm and would still put a bed alarm on if it was necessary to indicate a shift in weight or that the person had left the bed, so that they would come. They were very safety oriented, and I was impressed with that. I thought that they were extremely concerned about the safety of their personnel particularly in the memory care unit. If you want to stay there full time, their long term residents are on the second floor in this one wing or in another wing. You don’t go there with the assumption you never have to leave because they re-evaluate again to see if they would be a good fit for their facility. Not that they don’t take Alzheimer’s or memory care people, they take men, women, all faith, all color, all health problems, but if there is an individual who they really feel would not be a good fit and might upset the balance of their more permanent community, they feel that in the best interest of that particular patient and of their current residential individuals that they should re-evaluate, and if there would be a better facility for them somewhere else, they discuss that with the family. There were a lot of people moving around in the facility, both men and women, wheelchairs, walkers, otherwise. They have a little pantry store if people wanted to go down and purchase from a little store, but if they were not able to get out they kind of have basics as far as whether it is food or hygiene or other kinds of products or they would get things for them. You could go to the dining room or choose to eat in the rooms.