September 17, 2022
My husband and I lived at The Willows at Bellevue, and we chose it because we lived in this area. We also looked at other facilities, but this place gave us what we wanted for the price that we could afford. We were all acquianted with the other villas in the neighborhood. The villa was smaller than our previous place, but I was pleased, and our children also thought it was a good place. The rooms were very nice, although smaller than the house, but I accepted that fact. We had two full baths, and both were available for use with wheelchairs, since they were low enough. They cleaned the villa once a week. If anything went wrong, we called them, and it was up to them to fix it. They had a bell-call system: if you needed somebody, you just pushed the bell and they came right away. We had our breakfast at the lodge or the community room, and sometimes the food for breakfast was better than the others. It was the only meal we had there, and the other two meals, we did ourselves. They provided hot breakfast about twice a week. Other times, we had big bowls of fruits, rolls, juice, milk, cereals, toast, hot meals. Sometimes there was bacon and sausages. We had bingo, trips once a month, etc. We had had an exercise room connected to the clubhouse. It had exercise equipment and a couple of bathrooms. It was very easy to get into. Our television, phone, and computer were provided by a company. We paid the bills ourselves; this was the only bill we paid except for the monthly rent. Everything was provided for us here; we didn’t have to do anything outside at all. I would definitely recommend this facility.
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