My husband is in Bonaventure of Tigard, and it isn't working out. I wouldn't recommend the memory care part to anyone. The care staff is great, but the management is not, and they're not really seeing to his needs. I was in there Tuesday night for a family and friends get-together, and he was in his chair in his room asleep. We went back to get him with the caregiver. We got him out of the chair, and he was soaking wet clear into the chair. She took him in to the bathroom to clean him up, and I was in there. The bathroom smelled so bad that I couldn't barely stand to be in there, and she got him all changed. We went for clean clothes -- which he has a lot of clothes -- and there was one pair of jeans and no shirt. She got a shirt from the dirty clothes to put on him. I've been there when the toilet seat was covered with human waste and asked it to be cleaned up. All they do is complain about him. I know he's a difficult case, and they wanted me and they did for a while, to bring in and pay $25 an hour for a private caregiver for him. First, they had him a caregiver from 6:00 at night to 6:00 in the morning, and after a week, I realized that he sleeps during the night and he never gets up during the night, so I changed it from 6:00 in the evening until 11:00 and the executive director changed it from 6:00 until midnight, and I'm footing the bill. They have a dress-up thing for the women, and they have painting and things like that. When I was there Monday night, I saw pins set up for bowling, but I didn't see anybody participating. I was paying over $7000 a month, then it went down to just under $7000, and when I went in Sunday for an assessment, they practically doubled the price of the care. The actual staff that takes care of the people would be a 3 or 4, but the administration would be a 0. They fed us the night we were there, and the food was adequate. The facility was nice.