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…
The Doe family and the Staff of St. Joseph’s Memory Care, My sincere gratitude to each of you for the loving and professional care you provided to my Mother.
Dear Beautiful People at Our Lady of the Meadows, Thank you for all the love and compassionate care that our Mom “ our little MM” received from every one of you. We are so blessed. Mom is smiling down on each of us.
The family of WF wish to say thank you to everyone at Our Lady of the Meadows for their love and care of our mother for the last seven months. We are grateful for Claire and Hib for coming to visit her in Bakersfield and helping us in placing her here. Also to all the Doe’s for the many times we needed help with something about her room or finances. And special thanks to all the staff – nursing, caregivers, housekeeping and kitchen – we know you all had a part in her happiness here. Special thanks to Activities for encouraging her to take part. She was always particularly fond of music. We could not be more pleased with the love that was shown to her. And finally the ladies who were with Mom at her last – the words that come to mind are kindness and professional in how her death was dealt with. You have all been wonderful. Sincerely,
To the Doe family & Staff at Our Lady of the Meadows, My brother and I wish to take this opportunity to thank you and your incredible staff for all that you did for our sister in the last six years that she lived in your care. Please find enclosed a copy of the eulogy that I wrote that expresses some of the deep feelings that my brother and I have as the result of knowing you all. With deepest appreciation,
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.
The Doe Family and the staff of St. Joseph’s, My sincere gratitude to each of you for the loving, caring and professional care you provided to my mother. Sincerely,
G and I want to thank all of you for the wonderful, caring care that all of you had for HC. She often said how loved she felt from everyone. We know she was in good hands and didn’t worry. Thank you again,
Hello, You know I want to thank each and every one that took such good care of SB. She told me about a lot of things. She was so excited when she won the picture that the man painted. I hope you kept it. I know that’s the way she would of wanted it. She also mentioned the gentleman who came to the hospital for her when she had no other way of getting back. She liked to talk and told me nice things – all good. So… Thank you. June 2016 Just a little note to all the staff of Our Lady of the Meadows for the wonderful care of RP before and after his death. He is missed beyond words. We all loved him. You have such a beautiful place. I will always remember the great care he got from all.
To St. Joe’s staff, I want to thank everyone for the care that my mother received for the time that she was there. I felt she was in a place that she was well cared for and happy. The staff were all fantastic with her. She was safe and happy. Thank you all so much. I only wish she could go back there. Thank you, SL & JR April 2016