By Pam via CARING

September 7, 2022

My husband is in The Willows at Howell memory care unit. They just opened and he’s only been there 3 weeks. The care is good and they seem to care a lot. The only part I don’t like is Covid stuff because I can’t go see him, which nobody has control over, but I could wave to the window. Besides his care, I think he’s doing fine, he’s got dementia so you’ll never know for sure what he’s thinking, and he can still recognize me and my son. They call me with the updates, they keep me informed for what’s going on and I like that they call me at least once or twice a week and I get updates every day as far as the Covid stuff goes. It’s okay, and as far as I know it’s clean. I haven’t been inside the building much in his room or anything so I can’t really make a judgement. The visitation is a big deal with my family, but that’s out of their control and out of my control. I can’t help that, so it is what it is. The staff is good and they’ve been the most helpful.

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