Although we liked CERTAIN aides there, we definitely had concerns about this place. My dad was moved from the regular nursing home to the dementia unit without any notice and his bed in the nursing home side was quickly filled by a younger, healthier person(whom we met and knew needed the dementia unit more than my dad!). A place with 4 chaplains on duty and no chaplain was present when they called us to come and remove my dad's personal belongings upon his death-we were called after he died. The nurse on duty called me to her office to speak with the funeral parlor and just wanted to know how quickly they were coming because she didn't want the body hanging around all day. Veterans lose their VA benefits for their medications because you have to use their more expensive medication dispensing company. My dad, who remained a gentleman throughout his ordeal there, was not allowed to go to the weekly Sunday service (on site) unless a family member was present to take him(whereas on the nursing home side there are volunteers to take the residents to the service). The dementia unit is terribly understaffed and you have no control over your loved one being placed in it----BE CAREFUL!!! As far as we could tell, the dementia unit residents are not taken outdoors for fresh air and just sit in a big room all day with a television playing all the time. Watch out for bed sores from your loved one being strapped into a wheelchair ALL DAY LONG!!