I'm writing this review of Casa Rosa Elder Care on behalf of my in-laws, who have been at their care facility for the past 2 years. They had to sell their home due to Grandma’s on-set Alzheimer's, and Grandpa’s Parkinson's. The transition was very difficult. I was very impressed with Jessica and Michele's hands-on, kind, and loving approach, which I did not expect considering that they were the supervisors. I was also very relieved to see that when we drove up we had to be buzzed in through a gate, so the public couldn’t easy get into the facility. Safety was not an issue. When my son & I walked in to go and see them he said, “Mom it's so clean and it doesn't smell.” Having been in the medical profession for many years, I know that this is unfortunately a rare compliment. What I was most impressed with was how happy they are, considering. They always say “there's really nothing we need.”The Grandparents’ diagnoses are very difficult ones to care for daily, and the staff is not only very qualified to handle all their current needs (as well as any new ones that may arise) but I also know when we leave there that my son’s grandparents will be cared for as if we were still standing in the room. I know as they approach the end of their lives that they have received care far better than their own family was capable of providing. I'm so happy their son Greg found Casa Rosa.