We looked at Freedom House, and it was the one that we were really seriously considering. What was different about it was the way they treated their patients and the way they hired their people. When they hired somebody, they actually put them in the place of the patient for a day or two so that they would know what kind of treatment was to be expected from the helpers there. Not only that, they had divided-up the groups of patients. They had three houses. The best part was they were well recognized in Alzheimer's as a leading place. They treated the people very nicely. They were the best. They had arrangements with separate facilities for each group. The all lived in a little complex that was sort of circular to the all of the places so that when they get up in the morning, you could see the patients next door. I liked it because they were formed in groups; they lived together and moved along together. I knew that each complex had its own kitchen. They brought the food there, and the people were all served in the same place. The three different groups had their own bathrooms. In some cases, two people shared a bath, and some people in some rooms had individual bathrooms. They had monitors or cameras in every single room, and it was pretty impressive.