Joe Osypczuk via GOOGLE

August 28, 2022

I have very high regards for the Willows of East Lansing based on some personal experience. I am somewhat shocked at some of the negative reviews I have read as I find it hard to believe what others are posting -believe me, those experiences did not happen to me. I had a Mother-In-Law that spent a considerable amount of time in the Legacy wing due to her battle with Alzheimer’s. I know that she was difficult for the staff to deal with as the Alzheimer’s brought out the worse in her but they still did everything they could to help her navigate through her ordeal. I stopped in for a visit quite often (as did my wife) and always found her to be well taken care of.Unfortunately, after my Mother-In-Law had passed away, my Father-In-Law also faced a dilemma and had to be admitted into the Long Term portion of the Willows of East Lansing. He was also treated very well by everyone on the staff and enjoyed the attention that was given to him. He really looked forward to the “Happy Hour” that occured weekly. Once again, nothing but good things to say about the facility.I noticed that many comments were made about the food being served at the facility being terrible. We (as well as our other family members) found that to be the direct opposite. We stopped in many times to have a breakfast, lunch or dinner with our loved ones and even took time to visit them during the Sunday brunches. Again, the food was excellent!I currently have two elderly friends that have been staying at the Willows. One is in the Long Term Care area and the other is in the Legacy Care area. Both have been at the Willows for a long time and both are very happy with their care and, they both love the food that is being served.So with all this being said, I would not hesitate to recommend the Willows of East Lansing to any of my friends and family members.

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