WHAT OUR FAMILIES ARE SAYING

Our Families Say it Best

Don’t take our word for it. Read what our families say about Arbor Place.

When I began my search for a facility, my heart sank when I went into some of them. There was nothing particularly wrong with them, except that they were depressing and dreary, with patients sitting around sleeping in wheelchairs in front of a TV. But when I went to Arbor Place, I felt very happy.

~ Sandra W. McLeskey, RN, PhD

Our mother was wonderfully cared for. You were responsive to her needs—and ours. The three of us visited often, and we hand no complaints—only admiration for the work of your staff and satisfaction at the stimulation that activities provided. I only wish we had decided earlier that Arbor Place was the right place for her.

~ Ambassador James K. Glassman

We ultimately visited 20 facilities: 15 in 4 different states initially, then 5 more . . . In all this, one facility stood out: Arbor Place. As we’ve said many times, there’s no place like Arbor Place. Not only do we think that it is the best place for our father but that it is truly unique in the things that matter most.

~ Susan D. Sawtelle, Esq.

My husband settled in and became part of Arbor’s ‘family’ because that’s what you have created there. A family takes care of one another—shares stories—shares laughs—and shares tears. And you—the caring, loving people who work at Arbor, have created a culture that doesn’t feel like a workplace; but like a family.

~ Ellen Dubin

We have never looked back, not once. Arbor Place was that wonderful. The care, the caring, the love at Arbor Place are indescribable. We never felt that anyone was ‘doing a job.’ Rather, the staff was caring for people they cared about. The facility was warm, cheerful, and clean. It felt like a home—never a ‘facility.’ The staff to resident ratio is second to none; frankly, my Mom was never alone.

~ Deborah Reiser

Arbor Place has been a godsend for our family. I truly feel that my mom is in the best place she could be. I’m so grateful that she’s there.

~ Megan Scheibel, MD

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