Great for early stage to those requiring minor prompting do things. For those mid mid to later stage, not such a great place. Often short handed...many of the staff that is supposed to oversee the daily care...showers, changing, dental hygiene are not trained enough or just in the wrong line of work. They have a “locked” down section for those that wander or need more attention....my Dad escaped and not one employee noticed Home missing. He was founded covered in urine, feces and extremely thirsty in the front of the building. Dental care, early on his dental plate went missing...I noticed right away for he could not chew his food. Staff that werenjverseeing his care stated they were unaware he even wore them. Requests to make him soft foods that he could chew (he refused to be seen by drs and dentists) often fell on deaf ears. At the end, they made it impossible for him to pass in place. I requested Hospice step in and care for him only, they gave me a difficult time getting him moved into Hospice. Insisted he did not need Hospice, enroll him in PT. He passed away, clean and well cared for surround by his loved j es in a quiet setting. I honestly do not recommend for mid to later stage.