When seniors transition from their home to a nursing home, the loss of independence and being out of their comfort zone can take a toll, which is why our philosophy encourages choice, purpose, and meaning in residents’ lives – helping them to feel valued. Our care providers work hard to build a rapport with residents though encouragement, praise, conversation, and by getting to know each person – their personality, children, careers, likes, and dislikes.
We focus on building upon the strengths and abilities residents have and encourage them to be as independent as possible – from putting on a shoe to outdoor nature walks. No matter the level of cognition or physical ability, we provide meaningful activities, love, and cognitive stimulation that help our residents be the best version of themselves.
With person-centered care, residents will live an improved quality of life filled with self-respect and personal connections.
"Besides the ambitious outings and lively activities, I am most blown away by the tender familiarity between the staff and residents. I know my hugs are not the only hugs my Mom receives."