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It sounds a like the Westminster Canterbury that Mom and Dad lived in in Irvington, VA. They were well cared for and surrounded by people who made an effort to socialize and care for each other - residents and employees alike. My daughter, who was about 25 at the time, joked that she wished she had a facility like that for young professionals - an easy to manage one floor cottage, somebody to cook your breakfast and dinner, and accessible health care. But Mom and Dad did not avoid the transition from the cottage to assisted living in the end. If you live to a ripe old age it is hard to avoid that.
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