Beware of entering a "tiered" facility, down the road you find yourself needing assisted living or nursing care, you may not end up very happy. My parents are at Vi. They've been in independent living, assisted living and now nursing care. This review is, in particular, about the nursing care center - the place where you or your loved ones at Vi will end up if you need a lot of care. If you end up as a long term care resident, it is a warehouse - albeit a clean one, with a crew of aides that are generally quite good at their tasks. But (A) the place has the feel of a plantation (a bit disconcerting for those of us who don't live in the south), and (B) there is little-to-no truly individualized attention to the "whole person," and (C) the food is generally unwholesome (think fatty, sugary, salty). The care center administrator is about putting up barriers to doing anything for individuals. It is a penny pincher game for him. The place is too understaffed to provide exceptional care. And the medical care - mediocre. They are good at following instructions and prescriptions, but don't expect them to be proactive, or be able to identify anything beyond an urgent problem in their midst. And despite that it is known that music is a useful therapy for everyone, Vi won't even pay for a music/radio package through Comcast. You get the picture. You will NOT be wowed by this place if you explore the care center. My recommendation: Stay away.