When one of your parents is in trouble and you quickly have to find a place for them to receive in-house rehab, physical and occupational therapy, you are naturally concerned you are choosing the right place for them. After a significant health scare last month, my Dad and I found ourselves in just that position. My Mom was hospitalized - then needed continued help, and fast. She was accepted to Park Place Care Center, and my Dad and I took her there ourselves. Having not been to the facility, my Dad and I were worried we had made the right choice. We could not have been more pleased. From the second we walked in the door, every single person who worked there smiled at us and said hello. They made us all feel welcome and comfortable with the situation. They immediately made my Mom comfortable in her room, and then asked all the right questions of us to allow us to be part of her care journey there. There was not a weak link in the chain of care at Park Place: from the quality nurses, to the nutritionist who took a great deal of time to find out what Mom would really like for meals, to the facility staff, to the amazing physical therapy team, we could not have been happier with her care. Because of the diligence of the entire team at Park Place, and the uplifting and supportive way they treated Mom, she was able to quickly get back on her feet, and was home in less than 2 weeks. They even inspired her to continue her physical therapy and rehab on her own, once she got home. And she is actually looking forward to it now! The facility is under new management, and although it appears that the old management team was lacking, the new Park Place team is certainly not. This new Park Place team is really great - and though the facility is not fancy or high end - it is super clean and full of people who truly care about their patients. THAT is what Dad and I wished for Mom - a safe, clean, caring place for Mom to regain her strength. Thanks to their hard work at Park Place, we got much more than we ever hoped.