“The hands-on approach that the owners have with residents and families is amazing. Mom loves them all and loves living at the Arbors.”
“We have been blessed to have mom at the Arbors. I visit often when in town and feel totally at peace when we travel. Mom enjoys living at the Arbors. When she comes to our house she can’t wait to get back “home” to the Arbors.”
Sincerely Yours, Pat
Janey and Dave
Wil and Bill
John & Barbara and Families
“I am the daughter of a resident at the facility known as the Arbors. It is a residence for people with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. He has lived there for a year and a half.
My father was very disoriented when he moved in and over-medicated. He did, however, like his room and most of all, the way in which he was treated. The staff greeted him as if he was a celebrity and he loves that kind of attention. The food is good and he seemed to adjust fairly well. A doctor got his medication adjusted and he became able to maneuver better.
Under the Stutchman family management, I discovered that their number one priority was to care for the residents. They made my Dad’s life wonderful. The staff is encouraged to maintain good attitudes and treat the residents with dignity. The staff also receives training and learns the latest information regarding Alzheimer’s disease.
I always feel happy when I visit my father because he is very content and calls the place home. My entire family is at ease knowing that he is safe and receiving the best care possible. This disease is difficult enough to witness in a loved one so knowing he is in a home away from home makes it a bit easier. I hope my father can spend the rest of his days here.”
Most importantly, Dad tells me that he is very happy with his new residence.” Dee
Don and Barbara
Linda and Paul