“It was absolutely wonderful to see Mom on Saturday. She looked great. Giselle did a great job on her hair. She did look sad and tired and not that interested in seeing Fred. Katie said that Mom doesn't do well in the afternoon. We know that and we know she can be different from minute to minute. It was so uplifting to see her and the staff that was there. We miss visiting everyone! Mom did really enjoy the root beer float! That was Fred's idea. Fred's hair is growing along the sides and back, he usually has it cut way back and it was sticking out from his hat. ? He looked so cute. A local photographer, Renee Veniskey, is doing a project on line, A Roc Moment:Families at Home, during the pandemic. She agreed to come and see if she could get any pics through the glass. We both knew it would be a challenge. She did get some and will be sending to me when ready and I will share with the nursing home, you all could use some good publicity. She will also be posting in her online exhibition. I wish I could HUG all of you. Love Karen”
“Lisa- Facility Social Worker, Thank you so much for all your patience and wisdom and help taking care of Bob. Crest manor is so fortunate to have you.”
“Words cannot express the feelings of gratitude I have for all of you. From Dawn in admissions to making sure we get Julia in your facility and caring about her and us when she arrived to ALL the nursing staff and their swift, diligent actions in recognizing that my wife was in crisis. When I walked into your facility I felt the weight fall off my shoulders. "You are all Angels".”
“My father has always been a very ‘heady’ introvert. He was never good at reaching out to others. Very caring but shy man. When he left today he stated that he learned something very valuable from the aids, nurses and staff at Crest Manor. He said that he learned the most important thing in life is to connect with others in much the same way that your staff was connecting with him. And from a former psychiatrist no less, to drop this to his heart! He said he is was practicing this while in rehab. He has also struggled with mild depression through his life. Where the meds he was on never seemed to fully help this, now It seems to be gone! The amazing healing that can take place when in touch with other people that care can’t be underestimated. Thank you to you and staff for modeling this! I guess you can teach an old dog new tricks after all!!”
“As a nurse, I searched for the best nursing home for my Mom. Crest Manor was it! The staff is like a family, and they treated my Mom as if she was their Grandmother. Could not ask for a better place.”
Over the past five decades Crest Manor Living and Rehabilitation has been striving to provide the highest level of personalized, family-like care, to give you and your loved ones the peace of mind you deserve.
To learn more about our facilities, our staff, or our full offering of compassionate care services, get in touch with Crest Manor today.
Superior Care Services in a Warm, Welcoming, Home-like Setting
It only takes one visit to understand why Crest Manor Living is unlike any of the region’s other nursing and senior care facilities. We’re a smaller center that takes great pride in providing a more personalized, family-like experience where everyone knows each other on a first name basis. Whether you’re interested in any of our various short-term care services, or seeking long-term care and hospice you can have unfailing trust in, we’ve made it our lives’ work to show your loved one the compassion, respect and attention they deserve.