I chose Sunrise for my mom because it's very welcoming. I like everybody's attitude. They are very friendly and very helpful. They are very accessible and easy to call. Dan, the head nurse in the wellness section, is very accessible. If you cannot reach them right then, they do call you back pretty quickly. The rooms are very nice. My mother is first in the regular section, where she has her own place, like a little studio apartment, for about a week and a half because we didn't realize that her dementia is as bad as it is, and she's trying to live. Now, she is in the reminiscent section, where the doors are locked. She is sharing a room, and she seems to enjoy it, and they do keep me aware of anything that is going on with my mother. I ate a couple of meals with her, and the food is good. She's on a heart-healthy diet, and actually she looks better than she has for a long time because of her diet. When she's eating on her own, she's not preparing the right meals. Now she never seems to be hungry, and she's not eating junk in between meals. They have activities, like they play bingo, do Bible study, and play memory games in which they try to remember something from the past. They go on outings to bookstores and shopping places. However, my mom is not a big socializer, so she is not taking part in any of the activities. It is a good experience all over, and I am very pleased with them.