This is a note of grateful appreciation. We have been truly blessed by your care for my father. Dad visited his doctor and dentist in the last few weeks and they both independently reported how happy Dad is with his living situation. He is always smiling and loves his new home.
My father, the loner, is making friends! He reports that he had a beer with Paul! My mother, the relationship promoter among the two of them would be overjoyed. You have given him his independence again. He does not have to come to me for everything. He loves the food and staff. As for the staff, Dad quotes, “They anticipate my needs.” So now, I cannot stop smiling when I think of Dad. He is happy and safe and loving life. Please convey my thankfulness to your staff on their fine, kind-hearted care. – Resident’s Family

There are no words to express our gratitude for the peace-of-mind we have had knowing that our loved ones are in your care. You have also been incredibly kind and helpful to us as the sandwich generation who are raising children while also providing for our elderly parents. We will forever appreciate you for these things…they are true blessings. –Resident’s Family

I don’t even know where to begin to thank you for all you’ve done for us but most of all, for what you did for Mom. We are so glad she was with such loving and caring people her last few months. You are all so special and we hope you realize the difference you make in so many lives. You are truly God’s Angels. We will never be able to thank you for all you have done for our family. –Resident’s Family

Our experience has been that each member of the staff seems to make an extra effort to make each resident feel comfortable and welcomed. Each employee seemed to know her name immediately and made an effort to speak to her. She found this to be reassuring and eased this awful transition into a positive situation. Since her move, we have noticed that the encouraging words from staff seemed to help her find a social “circle” of friends. This is something she has not experienced in many years. Further, she never would participate in group activities. It is amazing to see her now participate in several of them. The staff seems to have even fostered this nurturing attitude to residents so they even look after each other. –Resident’s Family