I've looked into assisted living quarters in several facilities - even had my Mom in one briefly - but one thing has universally stood out... My Mom is in a wheelchair, or at best a walker with limited ability to stand independently... She has shrunk (she used to be 5'2", but is 97 years old and now 4'10"), which I don't think is uncommon with elderly people... All the ASL quarters I've seen have regular height (actually pretty tall!) closets, sinks, kitchenette facilities (counters, "mini-fridge" on counter, microwave, cabinets, etc.) Why aren't there options for people who can't reach that normal height counter, closet, etc.? Even I - 5'1" - couldn't reach some of the areas! Why aren't there available units for people in wheelchairs, etc.?