My mother was in Carrington Place for about 2 years. I always felt that she was getting good care. Of course, there is always room for implrovement, and there ere things that needed doing; many of them more cosmetic than nursing wise. If my family had an issue with the care, we adressed it and it was taken care of. There is ALWAYS a need for more staff, but the economy as it is, you get what you get. I have worked in activities at two care facilities, and know the tiem it can take to get things done. I tip my hat to the nurses, CNA's and other care workers.