A few months ago, I moved my elderly mother out of a high priced assisted living facility into a much more reasonably priced one. This new placement is superior in every way.
The caretakers are not run
ragged because of 'bottom-line' dictates and the administration is
familiar with all of the residents' needs. The building is on a single
floor and no elevators are required. Employee morale is high and turn
over low because they are valued. In short, if you are looking at
assisted living facilities, avoid the larger ones with too many "moving
parts" -- there's too much room for communication breakdowns and