By ReviewerRD10122020g via CARING

September 15, 2022

My husband was turned down by Greenleaf. It was a nice place. I thought it was great. It was almost like where he’s at except the layout and the decorating, which was just the opposite. It was more warm and cozy. It wasn’t as modern in other words. The staff was very nice to me. I enjoyed the tour because I got to see a little bit more. I was surprised when I went over there because I was able to get in. I had an appointment, but I didn’t know I was going to get the tour. She gave me a tour that hour. I saw what the dining room looked like, but I think they were feeding people in their rooms at the time. They have activities and amenities. They seemed pretty good. I just don’t know why they turned me down unless they just didn’t have a room at that time or they didn’t want to put me on a waiting list. They led me on for two weeks or more saying that my husband was going to get in and it is just a matter of everything else getting in place, too. The staff member was pretty good about it, and she showed me quite a bit.

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