Diana Rushing - That's the person I first talked to about removing my mother from Avamere to Farmington Square. She actually went to Avamere to check on her and found her asleep in bed at noon with the curtains closed in the Assisted Living Residence and her breakfast still covered with seran wrap and it was cold. Diana knew that my assumption was correct and I needed her moved to another place. I am from California so we conversed by phone and set everything up until I could drive up to Oregon to sign documents and move her to Farmington Square. My mom has Alzeheimer and has been out of our home for the past 2 1/2 years. Her new residence at Farmington Square is very clean and I never have to worry about mom being unclean. Every time I visit her, she always has her hair washed, clothes clean, bedding clean, bathroom spotless, and she enjoys eating her meals there. She actually lost 30 pounds while at Avamere but has gained weight at Farmington Square so she is eating and enjoying it there. Mom told me last week that the workers don't tell you what to do, they ask her if she would like to do …… She feels dignity living there. Diana has worked closely with me on the finances. She is always open to suggestions and helps go over all charges if a question arises in which she has gotten back to me quickly. I was so happy to hear she recently was chosen as the Executive Director since her demeanor has been calm and caring ever since I have met her and she really loves the residents and you can tell she enjoys her job. The workers seem happy as well and that says a lot about the leader they have at Farmington Square in Medford, Oregon. I would recommend anyone to have their loved one become a resident there because they will be looked after and cared for as if they were home with you.