My mother had been a resident in University Place for almost a decade and finally reached the point where she needed more care than they could provide as her dementia had worsened and her will to eat vanished. She was placed on hospice, and at the recommendation of her Nurse Practitioner, we moved her to Com For Care. Our family was flabbergasted at the amount of personal care they provided for an extremely reasonable price when compared to the cost at University Place. All the meals I saw were prepared with fresh, not canned ingredients and smelled delicious. She was attended to night and day and always with a kind and caring attitude. It was evident that everyone truly cared. We had a camera in her room, with the owner's permission, so that we could keep a close eye on my mother since she had fallen before and could see that someone checked on her regularly during the night encouraging her to eat and drink and attending to any needs. They tried everything to encourage her to eat including pureeing food, providing ice cream, making milk shakes and smoothies, spoon feeding her, and everything else we and they could think of, but to no avail as my mother only lived a few more weeks. When she died, we were notified immediately. As her death approached, they spoke with each family member when they visited to help them come to accept that she was dying and that they were there to help in any way they could. When she died, they were in no rush to empty her room for the next person as many places are and only charged us for the time my mother was alive, not the entire last month. I wholeheartedly recommend Ann and Com For Care. I believe that they will provide unrivaled care for your loved ones. Not that it matters, but I have been an RN for more than 2 decades and know what excellent care is. This is as good as it gets. You will feel like family here.