By Nancy via CARING

September 1, 2022

Park Terrace Health Campus looked like a clean, well-organized, and comfortable place. They let me see the memory side care unit, which obviously is behind locked doors. The rooms would have two people. So basically, that was probably the main drawback for me; it’s like a hospital. The room is just like a hospital room. It has two beds in it with carpet. It’s probably the only thing that has turned me away from that a little bit; i don’t like the idea of another person in the room with my mom and not so much privacy. I know I’m not going to do a private room, but I would like to try to see if there are other places with enough rooms to do just one person. There’s a hallway that you can walk around, a sunroom, a living room type area with a TV and a bunch of chairs. It all looked nice. They have an activity schedule daily for the memory side, where they can keep the people engaged and busy if they like to be. The moment I was there, there wasn’t anybody doing any activities. It was well later in the day, but they showed me the calendar of activities through the day.

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