It's directly across from Kaiser. It's a board and care home. All the residents except for one are fairly critical. Stan, my significant other, can't really talk, move or walk so it's a probably pretty good place for him to be. There is one woman there who is pretty social and with it. The care givers are kind, contentious, appropriate, and attentive so even though it's a sad situation to be in, this is a good place for him. They're doing a good job. They are contentious about keeping his room clean. Because he's bed bound they have to be really diligent about skin care and they're doing well.