My mother-in-law has been in Falls River for about 10 days. We liked that it was close to our home, and we had heard good things from other people who had parents or relatives at various times there. A doctor comes once a week on a regular schedule.
The staff at Falls River Village was knowledgeable and helpful, but it was not the facility we needed for my mom. The rooms were nice, and the environment and everything was warm and inviting. They made you feel welcome. You could tell the residents were happy because they were actively doing stuff and not just sitting in one corner.
Falls River Court was very nice, pleasant, clean, and fresh. I saw a few patients dozing in the main hallway, but it's a very good place. The interesting thing about it is that it's in two separate buildings and one facility was for the general populace that needed only some assisted care. Falls River Court itself was memory care for people with Parkinson's and Alzheimer's and other memory problems. It had a whole building devoted to the memory unit, which is really nice. I was impressed by the staff because as they took me around, they knew every patient by name. On the way out, the young lady who showed me around gave me a gift box of scones that were made by their chef, and they were absolutely delicious. If they have that kind of food, then it was good.