The facility was pretty nice and I was actually surprised. It reminded me of a nicer hotel. It was very clean and organized. The apartment/suite my grandmother was staying in was very nice and had a mini kitchen area so if she didn't want to use the cafeteria she could stay in her room and make something. They also had arranged transportation so if residents didn't drive they could still get a ride to places they needed to go. It was very structured and there were many activities available for the residents to get involved in. The residents had pretty nice amenities such as cable, internet, transportation, a built in cafeteria, and medical support. There are only two areas that could have been better. The food wasn't very good in my opinion, and was very bland and flavorless overall. Also, the library/computer room did not have enough/updated computers for the residents to use. It could be that a lot of the older residents aren't interested in using the computers, but I would think in this day and age most of the residents might be more familiar with technology than ever before. My overall opinion is that this is a good facility for your loved ones to attend. The residents are very well taken care of, comfortable and safe and you can't ask for more than that!