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“I want to express my gratitude to the Good Samaritan Home for their compassionate and loving care of my father. The staff treat him with respect and dignity in his time of need.”
“My dear wife was in the third stage of Alzheimer’s when it became necessary to seek professional care. After careful research, we selected Pathway’s One at the Good Samaritan Home for her care. She passed away in 2014. Time has not dimmed my memory of the loving care she received from the staff in that unit. The unit itself had no resemblance to a nursing home. It actually reminded me of a sorority house as it had 22 other ladies living there. I was blessed to be able to visit and have lunch with her every day for the 8 months she was there. I still marvel at the exceptionally well structured activities which included every lady being cared for in the unit. All received the same attention. Lunch was a happy event and always included a thank you prayer before eating. My wife always wore a necklace and took her purse. She would tell me it was time to go to our restaurant when it was lunch time. Because I was there every day, I was able to observe the care being given close up. Placing the person I loved more than anyone else on this earth in a nursing facility was the most difficult thing I ever had to do. I can tell you just watching the gentle, loving care she received truly helped me deal with our situation emotionally. And of much more importance, I can affirm my dear wife of 62 years was content in the final months of her life. I attribute this directly to that staff of Pathway’s One. While I say thank you to all of them, that really doesn’t fully express my deeply heart felt appreciations for administration and respect I have for the staff at the Good Samaritan Home. You all did and are doing God’s work!”
“The Good Samaritan Home was there for me when I was needing care for my mother. From the front door to her room staff never missed an opportunity to make me feel welcome when I visited. It never felt I was leaving her in the hands of strangers, my mother was treated like a family member.”