What a wonderful community you have built. Kudos!
I am so hopeful my dad will be able to move in to Marjorie House. It just feels right. Holding on to hope when there doesn’t feel like there is much.
Great people. All private rooms. Mom loves it!!!!
The design of the building is perfect for Dad to walk/wander as much as he needs in a secure environment where he is never out of the staff’s sight. The staff is so caring and have created a home for him and all the other residents. We are so happy to have chosen Marjorie House.
After feeling lost and overwhelmed, Marjorie House allows me to be a son again, rather than an unqualified confused caretaker. I now get to enjoy the time we have together.
The name is “Marjorie House”, but it has quickly become “home” for my family member and the others who have come to live here.
The entire staff immediately strives to learn all the residents needs and preferences and works to meet those needs every day all while welcoming family into the group and caring about their needs as well.
My husband has had lovely care at Marjorie House. I had been so concerned at first, but I soon realized the staff treated every resident with love and kindness. The residents are kept clean and not left alone in their rooms if they are able to get out, they sit with other folks and play games and have snacks.
Family members often join in and enjoy it. Meds and meals are on time and meals are balanced and well prepared. The whole staff from the director to the housekeeper are all deeply interested in how everyone single resident is treated with respect.
I want to let you know how impactful it was seeing mom take to Marjorie House like a fish to water. In the first hour she was there, she “lived”more than in the last seven months combined at (previous facility name omitted)! When we would leave her at (previous facility name omitted), she would look forlorn as we exited, as though she was losing her only friends, leaving us with a heavy burden of guilt. Yet, last night, she was so connected and engaged, it was like “here’s your hat, what’s your hurry, can’t you see I’m busy?”
Please accept the deep, deep heartfelt gratitude of my wife, daughter and myself, for not only what you and your team have already done in such a short time, but for all you will do in the future to make mom’s remaining years full of loving care, kindness and dignity. In the end, you have changed not just mom’s life but the lives of my entire family.
My momma was in another facility, which though good for some, was not a good fit for her. I was referred to Marjorie House. Upon entering this “home” I was overcome with a profound sense of relief that THIS was going to be mom’s new forever home. Donna and Terry met me in the foyer, sat me down and gently explained how life was lived at Marjorie House. I cry even as I write this review…I can’t put words to my gratitude to this entire staff. Momma is as happy and healthy as can be expected with this disease…some days much better than others. The staff is simply amazing and care is phenomenal! I can call or stop by at any hour of any day and be met with the utmost courtesy and empathy. Though I leave almost every visit near tears, I leave secure in the knowledge that momma is well cared for and loved. She even recently “won” a salsa dancing contest…I didn’t even know momma could salsa!! I highly recommend Marjorie House as a forever home for your loved one.