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“We write this with the most sincere and heart felt thanks to the staff at Water’s Edge. Our father has been so fortunate to have such giving people care for him as his Alzheimers has progressed to now, it’s final stage. The care that has been given to him, the attention to our concerns for our father has been a huge blessing to us all as well. We would like to also make special mention to those that have gone above and beyond. Sandra has been a champion to our father and has even come in on days off to check on him. Morgan and Mary are responsible for all the residents, and yet they always are able to tell us exactly how our father’s day has gone, what he has been doing, eating and drinking, and if any PRN meds have been given to make him comfortable. Deborah always keeps our father actively engaged. Her energy with all her activities is the stuff that just lights up the room and gets people’s minds and bodies going! Nicole is cut from a similar cloth. A special thanks also to Kate who used to work with Dad before he required more one on one care. She, like all of the above has a kind heart and was meant to do this work. Last but not least: the custodial staff. Although their primary job is to ensure a healthy environment, we will also remember them for their kind interactions with our father and us, his family.”

— Linda Glaude and Brian Corey

“My cousin, JoAnn Hogan, was a patient at Water’s Edge facility for approximately 3 months. I just wanted to thank you for the wonderful staff you have. They were the most compassionate and caring group of people I have encountered in a health care facility in a long time.”

— Mary Ellen Taylor, RN

“My mother, Norma Polivka, was recently discharged and we both would like to express our gratitude to you and the entire staff at Water’s Edge for the wonderful care she received during her stay.”

— Norman Polivka

“The nursing and rehab staff was outstanding. Very positive attitude, cheerful and helpful. Meals were the most outstanding that I’ve ever had in an institution.”

— John, Pulmonary Rehabilitation Patient, October 2018