My mom was pleased with the care at Lighthouse and always said the staff were nice to her. I, too, felt the staff were very caring and patient. The physical layout of the place is great, very comfortable, clean, lots of light, and with a courtyard where residents can go freely. Food is good and plentiful, snacks available upon demand. There are numerous activities organized, but a number of patients cannot see or hear well, so activities for them are quite limited. I would like there to be more caregivers per shift (typically there are three for 30+ residents, plus a person who gives medications) so that more individual attention could be given to the more needy residents, especially on weekends when some regular weekday staff are not available. There is also high caregiver turnover—it is a physically and emotionally demanding job with low pay, unfortunately typical in these facilities from what I understand. That said, I would recommend Lighthouse to people looking for a place for their family member.