Uffelman Estates gave us a tour. They let me bring my husband, and we all came to lunch so we could experience dining with them, and I thought that was very nice. It was like you were in a restaurant and you had a menu to order from, and they had some good choices. They served like they were a number one or A-rated restaurant. They had people who served the dessert and different people who served the main meal. I was impressed with that because a lot of times when you are in a facility like that, one of the most important things is mealtime. So I thought that was a nice way to serve the meal; it made everyone feel like they were special. The rooms were very nice, had nice space; the living room and kitchen area was combined, but it was just right. It wasn't too much, and it was just right if you want visitors. The bedroom was a very nice-looking, modern bedroom with a separate bath and shower. I thought that was nice for the price. And, they had elevators, so they could accommodate people who were in wheelchairs. All the hallways were very large. It was very accessible. Then, they had an area for entertainment, to bring entertainment, and to have dances. I think she said they had dances once a month or once a week, something like that. What I liked about it was they are accommodating anyone and everyone who wants to go there, regardless of his difficult condition, as long as that person can afford to hire his own assistant or nurses or aides. So, once you get there, even though you may be healthy and in shape, you may over time become dependent on help or other people, but if you or your family can hire them, you can stay there; you don't have to leave. The food was good, and it looked clean. Everyone had on gloves and nets on their hair. Through the halls, we went upstairs, and everything looked clean. It was a very attractive place as well. It looked like it was being maintained pretty well.