Located in a beautiful country setting, our professional and caring staff will become your extended family.
Most of our residents, staff, and volunteers are from rural backgrounds or have lived in the area their whole lives. We all share similar values and enjoy hearing each others' country living experiences. We treat each other like family, with respect and compassion.
A place to call home.
- Private or Semi-Private Bedroom
- Three Resident Choice Buffet Style Meals a Day
- Housekeeping & Laundry Services
- Beauty & Barber Services
- In-Room Cable TV & WiFi
Access to support services.
- 24/7 Awake, Skilled Staff
- On-Site Registered Nurse
- On-Site Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists
- On-Site Psychiatrist and Mental Health Counselors
- On-Site Primary Care Providers
- On-Site Dental, Audiology, Podiatry, and Ophthalmology Services
A full life is an active life.
- Access to Outdoor Courtyards, Fitness Room, Library, Aviary, Multipurpose Room for Family Gatherings, and Family Circle (which includes a computer area, pool table, and canteen)
- Leisure Time and Community Activities (such as physical activities, games, golf cart rides, social groups, movies, holiday parties, arts and crafts, and cooking groups)
- Church Services for All Denominations
- Frequent Live Music Performances
Are you a family caregiver in need of a break? Our respite care program allows family caregivers a well-deserved rest, vacation, and time to take care of themselves. Gain peace of mind, knowing your loved one is receiving excellent care in a warm, respectful environment.
The end of life deserves as much beauty, care, and respect as the beginning. Our team helps patients with terminal illness spend their last months with comfort, dignity, and quality. Hospice manages pain and other symptoms to enable the patient to live as fully and comfortably as possible. By electing to forego extensive life-prolonging treatment, hospice patients and their families can concentrate on getting the most out the time they have left, without some of the negative side-effects that life prolonging treatments can have. We all die, but how we get there with hospice can look very different than how we get there with extensive life-prolonging treatment.