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…
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
Dear Claire and Family We are so grateful to you and your wonderful caregivers at Our Lady of the Meadows for giving our Mom; Christine, such a loving home over the past two years. She was treated with enormous kindness and compassion by everyone there, and we know she loved you all. It was a great comfort to us every time we came to visit her to see her smiles and to witness all the wonderful comments and hugs she received from her caregivers. They are all truly exceptional people. We will always appreciate everything you and your staff have done for our Mom, you will always be on your hearts.
Thank you so much for taking care of my mother PR. She passed away on May 19, 2017. 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 the Staff, We wish to express our deepest gratitude for the wonderful care you gave our Mother during her stay at your facility. She truly felt at home there and spoke often of how wonderful the girls were to her. A special thank you to SG who made us feel so welcome during Mom’s last days. We all felt your staff showed professionalism tempered with compassion which allowed us to rest easy while she resided with you. Again, thank you so very, very much from the depth of our hearts. From the family of EH. February 2016
Dear Claire, Thank you, thank you, thank you for everything you did for Mom. Having you with us and praying with us as she died made all the difference to her and to us. Your are extraordinarily blessed and you have channeled your blessings perfectly to help others. Your magnificent standards and examples have passed on to your children and they have magnified them for hundreds of residents and their families. Thank you to infinity. Love,
With sincere appreciation for your thoughtfulness. Words will never express the gratitude that I feel towards all of you for the care and respect shown to my dad, MB! Our family is forever grateful!
Dear Steve, Loren, Claire, all the staff, nurses, hospice, etc…, Thank you so much for the care you gave my mother the past 8 years. When I was looking for a facility for my parents, I found out about “Our Lady”, visited it and looked no further. I have never been disappointed. The support I was given this last week was wonderful, and I was so impressed with the way my mother’s person and body was respected and honored as she approached death and after as well. Thank you for the beautiful nightgown and blanket she was wearing. It meant so much!!! Love you all,
To Our Lady of the Meadows Staff, Thank you so much for taking care of MM – She was such a nice lady. We have heard great reports of your facility. Wishing you all well,
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,
I just wanted to take a moment to say thank you to you and your wonderful staff at Our Lady of the Meadow for taking such good care of our mother, B.C. We were very apprehensive to visit on Saturday just knowing how she was when we moved her there in early November. On Saturday, she was a totally different person – very happy, out of her room socializing, and even called Our Lady her ‘home’!! She seems to have adjusted very well and is in a much better place than where she was. Thank you very much and Merry Christmas to you, your family, and all the staff at Our Lady of the Meadows. M&R C. and R. P.