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Sounds like you are doing your homework, ResNullius. Good for you.

Don't forget networking. You usually will find people in your community who have relatives who have lived in the retirement choices in your area. You can network to find what they liked or disliked about each one.

It is very clear that some are much better than others. Usually that means dedicated staff without much turnover.

Things change. Keeping up to date can be a challenge. But comments of others gives you more to consider as you try to make the right choices.
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