My mother moved into Providence Village in Waco. So far they have been great. The facility is well kept, clean, and maintained. The food is good, they are very well fed. Even with COVID still going on they are not doing 100 percent of their activities yet, they're at about 50 percent to 60 percent of them, so there's still a lot going on. They do bingo, obviously. As a matter of fact they never even stopped bingo. They set the chairs up outside everybody's room and call bingo from the hallway. They have church service there, they have two different ones, a Catholic organization and a non-denominational service. They are still doing some of the activities where they take people to places, not the doctors' appointments, but out shopping. Still going on some of the field trips where it is safe. Once a week they have what they call "afternoon delight," which can vary from cookies, cakes, and ice cream. Just something to bright up the week. I have eaten there only once, but my mother says the food is really good and I know they actually have a chef there. As for activities, they are doing more than any other place. Eventually, they will get back to doing everything that they were doing. For the price, I think they are probably on the lower end considering all that they provide.