Three Residential Care Homes
Level III Residential Care Home
Level III Residential Care is an alternative to living alone while maintaining a high degree of dignity and independence. Direct care staff are available 24 hours a day to assist you with activities of daily living. Residential care, sometimes referred to as assisted living, can help with overcoming the isolation of living alone. Residents may choose a private or companion room, with a private bath. All share dining rooms, lounge areas, and sun decks.
What People say…
Dear Christina and Steve, You provided a place where Mom was welcomed, felt secure and happy and was well cared for. Thank you for what you do. Sincerely, B&L March 2016
Hi Loren, Steve and all the family, I deeply appreciate the wonderful place you have to care for our loved ones. I thank God every day for your special care!! Sincerely, CP June 2016
To the owners and staff at Our Lady of the Meadows, My Mother, MW, was a resident for almost 2 years. Sadly she died in February of pneumonia and complications. Through her time at Our Lady of the Meadows, we were pleased with the wonderful warm care she received. We were so thankful she was there when she could no longer live at home – it gave her family peace of mind. She was a special lady. Sincerely, HM January 2016
Dear Staff of Our Lady of the Meadows (OLM), I am continually appreciative of the loving care you give to my Mom and to all the residents at OLM. Your sensitivity, caring, joy, love, sense of humor, listening and gentleness (to list a few of the attributes I see every time I come to see Mom) warm my heart. In honor of each and every one of you, Mom and I are contributing to your Employee Emergency Fund. Love,
Thank you so much for taking care of my mother. She passed away in May. I miss her a lot, but I know she is happy where she is at. I am truly grateful for everything you guys have done for her.
To all staff at Our Lady of the Meadows, Thank you for all the TLC that you all show my mom!
You all became such an important part of my life, everyone at Our Lady of the Meadows, residents and staff. I am so grateful for the care that my mother and I received. In the most sensitive and difficult times, I always felt the grace of your love and care. Thank you, sincerely thank you for all that you do for the families and residents at Our Lady of the Meadows.
Dear Doe Family and Staff, I want to say a most grateful thanks to you all for the compassionate care my brother received for the year he was with you at “Our Lady”. Bruce has been a man of gentle courtesy, humor, and sense of fun in his earlier life. He has been a man of community, family, always willing to help and support – as a volunteer fireman, boy scout leader for decades, senior leader in Masonic circles for the State of Vermont. I believe he knew he received loving care from kind and patient staff. Those behind the scenes, although not visible to me as Bruce’s visitor, obviously take pride in meeting “Our Lady’s” philosophy. Specifically, I think of the cleaning crew-excellent work all the time. And the cooks I met when I delivered 2 baskets of squash from Phineas Swan’s gardens – genuinely thankful as they prepared evening dinner in an organized and clean kitchen. You all are on your toes all the time – and how appreciative I am. I could only manage the drive over the beautiful mountains 4 times during Bruce’s year but I left knowing he was in loving hands as he continues his journey. With my sincere thanks. Feb-2016
To all the staff who took such good care of my mother, your kindness will always be remembered. Also the kind words said to me to help me process what was happening and what to expect. I miss my mother very much and think of her every day. I am grateful for all you did for her and myself.