Jay (Son of Resident)
Thank you Chris, Stephanie, and staff."
Alan O. (Son of Resident)
Melissa S. (Daughter of Resident)
"The care is outstanding! My father has been in and out of 10 places over the last 13 years due to a stroke. He has been very hard to care for as these 10 places would agree! Diana took him in as if he were her own dad! He is very well fed always clean and highly entertained! When the time comes, this is where I will live! Hope Diana is still around!
Carol and Anita (Daughters of Resident)
Serenity Senior Living has been a blessing for my entire family. It's awesome to know that the two people you love the most are being taken care of. Not only are their physical, medical, and emotional needs being met, but they are treated with love and compassion on a twenty-four hour basis."
Tina (Daughter of Resident)
Sam G. (Son of Resident)
"We found a great home for my 86 year old Mom at Serenity. We started looking for someplace smaller and more caring than the retirement community Mom had lived in. We needed someplace where the folks working there would recall what Mom did yesterday and last week and someplace where the staff stayed long enough so that turnover would not add to her confusion.
We looked at several places and ultimately found Serenity. We knew after 10 minutes that we had found the right place. The owner (Chris) and staff are caring and experienced. They clearly have their heart in this business and that means a lot. We moved Mom in the next week and she felt at ease right away. The team gave her a warm welcome and they listened to what we said about Mom and what she liked. She started dancing again (she always has been a dancer) and joking and laughing as always. She liked living there and she liked the other residents. Often when I visited Mom, the staff had updates and pictures or videos for me. They told me stories of how Mom was doing and that meant a lot to me. Mom’s had Alzheimer’s and she could not recall what she had done yesterday, but the team at Serenity treated her like an adopted grandmother and made note of everything she experienced.
Mom passed away a while ago. She was in hospice care (and still living at Serenity) the last three months of her life. When it was Mom’s time to go, she stayed where she had lived and felt the warmth of home and the folks that cared about her. She had a “second” family in the staff there.
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