My father is currently living in this facility after a move from out of state. He was diagnosed with advancing dementia and became too difficult to manage at home. We were very displeased with the care that we saw in his facility in CA, but we have been wonderfully surprised with how well the staff at ManorCare cater to my father. I guess there are 2 different "sides" to the building--one where they do a lot of intensive rehabilitation and the side where my father lives, where it is more home-like. I can't speak to the other side, but the aides and nurses on the "long-term" side are very warm and nurturing. And the caring mentality goes all the way to the top--there was a time when my father was having some increased behaviors, and we were called in for a meeting. I was worried he was going to be kicked out, but the administrative staff wanted to sit and discuss different alternatives and ideas about what could be done. We were able to come up with some plans, and things have been better. There was also a fantastic winter party before Christmas where all the staff interacted with the patients, handed out presents, and entertained all the families. Overall, this is a top notch place that I would recommend to anyone.