It seems to me, especially nowadays with government, the nation and the world in such precarious and uncertain times, that there is much to criticize.
But I have found something to praise — the care and treatment I recently received at Otsego Manor over a five-week period of rehabilitation.
The Manor is a “family” of cheerful, caring people from the nurses, the physical and occupational therapists, the aides to the cleaning staff. The care goes beyond adequate and good to exceptional. And the meals are good, too.
I am able to be at home now. Thanks to the Manor. Bravo!