1207 E Roosevelt St, Salem, MO 65560
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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Our experience was really positive. Our loved one enjoyed her stay there. In fact, she enjoyed it enough that after we picked her up, she expressed an interest in going back to visit the people she had met there. All the staff, from the top down, from the administrator, to the people who administer medications, to the people who did the laundry, even the person in the kitchen, came in to talk with us, and had a genuine interest in getting to know us. They made a great effort to be attentive to the family as well as the client. The staff were just great. They came in and took laundry out of the laundry basket every day, and were bringing clean clothes in every day. I had no complaints. My loved one had no complaints about the food except it was too much! We were there at Christmas time, and it was very well decorated. And their dining room was really nice. They do a good job of making everything festive and enjoyable for the residents. The staff was very attentive and cheerful and helpful. I had absolutely no complaints and no hesitations about having my loved one there. And I'm planning on using their services again for another respite stay shortly.
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