November 15, 2022
I had a friend that was there at The Springs at Lafayette. He had a stroke, and he was there for a short period of time. I know that his wife was there also at the same time because she didn’t wanna be alone, so they made accommodations for her. I’m sure she had to pay for that. I think she had a separate room, and it was kind of a temporary thing. His room was very, very roomy, very bright, and very modern. The facility was very new. There’s exercise, the dining facility was good and very open, and I think they got a library. The staff was very helpful and very accommodating. I visited about a year ago before Covid.
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