I am originally from Emlenton, PA, but have spent almost 37 years living in Texas. My wife and I were actually living in an assisted living facility there when our daughters began the conversation of moving north to be closer. One of our daughters lives in Pittsburgh. I was familiar with Wesbury because my Mother, my Aunt, and my Cousin were all residents, so we began the plans to move. My wife passed away during our planning, but with no family in Texas, I decided to proceed with the move to Meadville. I have only been at Cribbs for a few months, but it was the right decision. I am getting good care. The food is good as well as the atmosphere. I involve myself in the activities where I can. The staff at Wesbury is great. The place where I lived in Texas couldn’t hold a candle to Wesbury. There is no comparison, I think the longest time any of their staff worked there was a year and a half. At Wesbury, I have met staff that has worked here twenty, thirty, and forty years. Some of the nurses and aides have mentioned they remember my relatives living here, my Mother in particular because of the name. The night I arrived at Cribbs, my daughters couldn’t say enough about how the Wesbury staff was bending over backward for me. For example, on the trip here, I had to fly and I arrived at 11:30 on a Saturday night. Melissa and other staff were here waiting for us to help get me settled in. The next day, the maintenance crew came in to make any adjustments I needed. I was pleasantly surprised. It’s the small things that I didn’t anticipate that really made the experience excellent. I would undoubtedly recommend living at Cribbs. You get good quality care, and the people have really made an effort to get to know me as an individual and know what my needs and wants are, and it’s not just lip service, it is genuine, they genuinely care.