“Thank you for caring for my Dad for 5 years.  He could not have received better care anywhere.  Thank you girls for caring for him!  And guys too!!!” –K.K., T.P. and family

“I can’t thank you enough for all the caring people on hall 600.” –K.W. and family

“We want to thank you for the great care mom received while at Adams Lane.  She really was happy there.” –P.S.

“Thank you to everyone for every kind word and deed that was given to S.  There were some of you she felt were part of her family.” –T.T. and S.B.

“We are all thankful that we moved Mom to Adams Lane when her Alzheimer’s progressed to a point that she needed more intensive care.  We saw you treat her with respect and tender care.” –M.C.

“We would like to say thank you for all the love, care and support that your staff gave my father.  There were days that he made them work extra-hard, but they didn’t mind.  He loved every one of them.  You have an excellent team.” –T.W.

“I want to take this time to inform you of the excellent care given to my sister while she was a patient at Adams Lane Care Center.  The staff was gentle, kind and caring, not only to her, but to our family as well.  You can be proud to have such professional people working for you.” –P.F.

“I would like to say thanks for taking care of my brother.  You’ll never know how much we appreciate you help and care.  It was unmeasurable.” –J.S.

“I want to thank you and your staff for the wonderful care I received while a short-term resident at your facility.  Everything was accomplished in a quick and satisfying manner.  I enjoyed all the staff, techs, nurses, PTA’s and COTA’s.  Everyone did a terrific job.” –M.B.

“You’re simply wonderful.” J.C. and D.G.

“Thank you for being the best care center around.  All your employees are great and they all love the residents too.” –B.S.

“The care I received while there was incredible.  I can honestly say that everyone went out of their way to provide exceptional care for me.” –M.K.

“I want to thank all of the ladies and men in activities for thinking up so many nice things for all the patients to participate in.  The Valentine Dance was the most enjoyable thing I have done for a lot of years.” –B.J.

“Our experience was a very rewarding one, and although we would have preferred that our mother stay in her home in her community, we believe that her care at the center made this difficult change in her life more than acceptable.  She often spoke of her love for many of the staff who worked with her.  We also personally witnessed this love and caring.  For that, we are deeply appreciative.”  S.B. and D. W.