We needed to find a reputable assisted living facility for my mother. So my husband, myself and mom set out one day to visit a few of them. We looked at and toured two places. They were nice but large. Mom had Alzheimer’s and I was hoping to find some place she could navigate because of its unique design. We continued to our last place on the list, Millview Homes. As soon as we walked in the door a very friendly receptionist welcomed us. The lobby was homey, had a fireplace and a big grand father clock. Excellent. Right away I rated the entranceway a 10. Robin sage was there to greet us and give us a tour. Robin was an excellent host, introduced us to the director, nurses and other staff. Millview was just the right size and on one floor and rectangular (no getting lost here). The rooms are clean and the staff is very friendly. The dining room is nicely lighted. It has plenty of space to accommodate wheelchairs and walkers and the people who serve the residents. Hallways are wide and rooms have large windows with plenty of natural light. I spoke to a couple of the residents. They were enthusiastic and said they liked living at Millview Homes.

My mom spent five wonderful years at Millview Homes. She enjoyed talking to the residents. Everyone on the staff was very kind and patient. I was extremely pleased with the care and enjoyed the special barbecue in the spring and beautiful Christmas party in December. I also found the entertainment fun and praiseworthy. I even asked Robin if she would save a room for me when I became a senior citizen.