18-20 residents in a unit, small facility, good staff ratio, daily in-house activities, home cooked food. Staff are friendly/accessible to both residents and visitors. Resident mixture of dementia and physical handicaps (they do have a separate unit of 10 for significant dementia). Staff remind residents of activities and meals, assist where necessary, dispense medication, do laundry,showers, daily room straightening, assist resident w/other details of daily living per individual need. My father would like more out-of-facility activity options as he gets tired of being "cooped up"; on the other hand, he has turned a few - think he just wants to know the option is there so he doesn't feel so dependent on me to get him out. Have been a few delays in messages about his health status between shift staff but nothing crucial. Facility is always clean, safe, organized,secure and has a homey feel. No concerns of maltreatment. Most residents there like it, haven't heard any complaints. Staff do not treat residents as patients but rather in caretaker role, take time to joke around and join in activities; staff seem happy working there. I stop in often as the facility is close to my home, never have had a risk concern. Most residents have single rooms and bring in their own furniture so there is not a hospital feel to it (there are a few double rooms for couples). My father has been there 5 months, so far I'm happy with it.