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Bristol Manor Palmyra Mo
Dad loves it here..small facility means more individual attention..great food..laundry done and room cleaned..meds also given..Plenty of room to visit in common area and staff is always helpfull! Glad he can be in a facility in his own home town!
Frustrated with Dad, Staff is Wonderful
He was not happy and he made that pretty well known. He tried to run away and at one point when my sister picked him up for church, he said "Either you take me home or I'm hitchhiking." This was really frustrating to us because he'd had a month to decide if this is what he wanted to do, and it was HIS IDEA up until the day the move was supposed to happen. He is 98 years old and had been living on his own, so I think this was just too big of a transition. I felt really bad for Elle and her staff. She and Susan, the lady who cooks, are both really nice people. The facility is clean, and they were very responsive and took good care of him. We were very disappointed in my father.
Services provided at no additional cost:
Private room and private bath
3 nutritious meals per day and snacks
Medication administration including insulin administration
Our company has been providing care for Seniors since 1990 when we built our first Community.
We have served seniors in Palmyra and the surrounding area for 18 years.
Our community is licensed by the MO Department of Health and Senior Services for 12 residents. Our small service number allows for the staff to really get to know the seniors who live with us – not just as a community resident, but as a person. Moving to a care facility can be frightening for both the resident and their family, but our trained staff help ease the transition with genuine caring, respect, and understanding of the feelings that accompany such a life change. Your loved one’s physical health, mental health, emotional needs and safety are important to us. Finding a community who knows how to address those needs are what we are all looking for, right?
A small community lends more to a large family setting rather than a nursing home setting. Residents have input on meals and activities in their community. It is a definitely a community intended to promote independence with helping hands when needed. Our community bridges the gap between not being able to stay at home alone and not needing the services of a nursing home.
We encourage you to tour our facility, learn more about us, and see the difference for yourself.
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