Our Core Values
- Our patients and families have a choice when selecting a facility. Our quality care and services define our organization. We anticipate, listen to, and own the concerns of our patients, families, and healthcare partners.
- We will provide care in an unbiased manner that demonstrates respect for individual, cultural, and religious differences. We educate ourselves on the unique beliefs and values of various groups to better serve the patient and family.
- The issues involved in healthcare can pose many challenges. We will not compromise our values in the delivery of care or in any aspect of our operations.
- We are committed to open communication. We feel that direct and honest communication to patient and family provides a realistic understanding in each situation.
- Our people make us who we are. By providing an environment that promotes continuing education and reduces job stress, we are able to retain our excellent employees.
- We will be fiscally responsible to ensure the stability of our organization and to allow us the freedom needed to achieve our mission and vision.
We've been there. We understand.
Everything we do is driven by our universal mission: to enhance the lives of aging adults and their families.
One of the single best things I've ever seen at an assisted living facility was when I came to visit Welcome Home Assisted Living and found the residents busy working away at putting together puzzles. It was the picture of perfect content. It was raining outside, but these residents were all curled up doing what they seem to love best. Once in a while they'd draw in a staff member to help them. They even managed to get me to sit down and help put together a puzzle, which is extremely addicting, I might add. I totally see why they do it. It's a way to involve the intellect when sometimes the body is not quite so willing. The residents seemed satisfied and happy and I would recommend this facility to anyone.
My mom is at Welcome Home, and we are very happy. They have been wonderful. Everything from the staff, service, to the food is great. It’s also a comfortable place.
My mother has used Welcome Home. That has been my favorite place of all. It is a small 2-building facility. I love the staff -- especially the administrator -- and they have a chef that cooks the meal. My mother loves the food. She raves about it. Even in her memory loss stage, she doesn’t hesitate to go there. I have used them for respite a few times in the past, and that’s my favorite place. Unfortunately, it doesn’t have skilled nursing, so I can’t take my mother for hospice. I always see them doing crafts and puzzles, and they have people come in and singing with them. I have been impressed with their activities and just with the whole facility.