Harbour Senior Living was OK. The place is all over the place, like when you're walking to your room, it's easy to get turned around, so I can imagine someone with issues having trouble with that. They didn't have many common areas, and I think a lot of the clients were in wheelchairs. Their Alzheimer's area didn't seem like they had anybody involved in anything. They were just sitting in wheelchairs. I felt like we didn't see a lot of staff around. I wasn't impressed with it at all. The rooms and dining area were OK. It's a clean and small place.
Our experience with Bellingham was pretty good. The community itself was really very nice. Our relative was only there for a month. I thought it could have been a little bit more supportive of her; she felt like a fish out of water. However, it was beautiful and very well maintained. The dining was acceptable. I thought they needed a better job in integrating their residents into the community.
Bellingham was good, though a little dated. The person that I met was lovely and very helpful. The dining room was cleaned that day because there was some kind of a virus going around. The rooms were dated and needed to be updated.
The independent living clients of Bellingham had this large dining room that was just lovely. It was clean, and the hallways were wide and well lit. My mother uses a walker, so having bright lighting, and clean and wide hallways without lots of physical obstruction is important for people that have ambulatory issues. They need to have a space, so that they can navigate safely and I felt that it was present there. The marketing director was gracious and answered all of our questions. However, the place was pretty typical and nothing really stood out to make them that exceptional of a place.