One Lincoln Park and it's entire staff have been a God send to my family and me. When I say entire staff, I literally mean every single person there from the Executive Director down. My Mother has a cognitive impairment and could no longer live alone at her house safely. We tried home aides, which she refused to let in the door. She was very afraid of losing her independence and felt if she admitted she needed their help, she was losing being independent. We researched many facilities and sadly, most in this area aren't equipped to deal with someone in my Mother's cognitive state. They either have complete independent living or "memory care" units, which in most cases mean a locked facility and small resident rooms. She is still independent and can live on her own for the most part, but needs to have supervision and kept an eye on to make sure she doesn't get confused and wander, etc., Kim was the counselor that worked with us and was amazing at every point. She really loves her job and you can tell that she believes in One Lincoln Park and everything that it has to offer. She was truly instrumental in our decision and because my Mother loved her so much it was easy to talk her into moving there. Kim didn't lead us astray, she was honest with everything she told us about the facility. One Lincoln Park is familiar with my situation and have other residents there with the same cognitive impairment. Obviously, since it is not a locked facility, they cannot promise me that my Mom can't just walk out. But, they are amazing, they keep an eye on her without letting her know that they are, they have aides that go in and check on her and take her to events, making sure that she doesn't have too much down time, which is when she normally gets in trouble. She has a beautiful two bedroom apartment that she loves, the grounds are impeccable, it is located in a very nice part of Kettering, butts up to the Fraze Pavilion and it's surrounding parks and most importantly to my Mother, has a dining room that is full service with amazing food. Trust me, I love eating there myself. In the evenings for dinner, they have high school students as their wait staff, whose youth and vitality have a noticeable positive impact on the residents. What a brilliant idea! It is so nice to see the staff know everyone's name and how they genuinely care about the residents. Surprisingly, the staff even knows my family and my names! My life now, compared to how it was prior to my Mother moving to One Lincoln Park is so much more relaxed. She is so happy there. I never thought that me, as a primary caregiver to my Mother, would be able to have an actual life of my own. It is truly a wonderful place. I tell my Mother it is like living in a resort and she happily agrees. I would give them 10 Stars if I could.