Bruce Morrison

Facility Director & Co-Founder

Our knowledgeable staff is comprised of highly experienced individuals who are qualified to see to the basic daily needs of our residents. We work hard to deliver attentive care when it’s needed most, while preserving the dignity of each and every patient. Welcome Home Assisted Living staff is here to offer a helping hand, but only when and if you need it. When you join our senior living community in Davis County, we’ll take the time to carefully assess your needs before making recommendations.

In addition, the Director of Resident Care at Welcome Home Assisted Living will visit with the residents on a regular basis to personally discuss health-related issues and to monitor each resident’s progress. We also work with your personal health care professionals to arrange on-site visits (for those located locally in the surrounding Davis County area) and rehabilitative therapies as needed.

Welcome Home Assisted Living in Bountiful Utah was founded by three individuals who share the same vision, philosophy, and core values. Each individual brings a wide array of experience to the business model, making us a strong team of healthcare providers for the aging population. This experience, knowledge, cohesive management, and exceptional staff are the key ingredients to our success. We focus on supporting our employees, championing superior healthcare, and maintaining exceptional facilities. Providing assisted living to Salt Lake City, Woods Cross, North Salt Lake, Centerville, Farmington, Kaysville, and Layton Utah residents.

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.

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