When Karen Olson's mother was in her mid-80s, her dementia was getting worse. Her physical health was also declining. She needed around-the-clock care, which was more than the family could provide her at home. So, Olson said the family reluctantly decided to move her to the Twin Valley Living Center, the nearby nursing home. "They helped us through this process, because when you put a loved one in a nursing home, it's a horrible feeling. You feel so guilty," Olson said. "They were there for us."