November 13, 2022
I did a tour of The Heritage. The staff did a nice job, she showed me several rooms. They were all more than adequate and I was very pleased. They were more spacious than I thought they would be. It has nice bathrooms, walk-in showers, handicapped accessible and all. That was very nice. What I looked at was a one-room. The dining room was very nice. They told me they had bingo and different other social activities, which is nice so that the people living there can get out of the room and go do things. I believe they have someone there that does hair, a beauty shop for them. It has a nice entryway when you go in where you can sit, and a little side room. The staff was really good and more than informative, on a lot of things for me. The facility is very nice.
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