1236 Erringer Rd, Simi Valley, CA 93065
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I think they're really good. I thnk they're doing a great job, and I foresee that as they get more residents, things weill get more interesting and exciting as there's more people to interface with. I undersand that Covid has put a really big stick in the pot too. I'm hoping that as more peole get vaccinated, they can do more excursions and give the residetns more of a chance to meet and greet and have better relationsihps. They're very clean right now. From outside it looks good, sometimes I get soem complaints from my loved one and I'm not sure hwo much stock to give to those. From what I see and the calls I've made with any concerns, they've defintely taken care of anything. ANd I would gi I think the staff is really helpful. The food in the begining seemed to be really good, and the last week or two it seems to hav gone downhill. So we're not surie if they've had a different chef or someone filling into cook. We'll see . I know they have an activiity room, but I'm not sure what activities they're doing right now. I personally have a seated exercise thing, but it's held by video on the TV and there's no staff there to help them. I realize they're just getting started, because htye opened in November, so they might not have everything lined up yet. I think the value is very good. That was a big reason we moved her from the last place.
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