WORDS FROM OUR RESIDENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES
You know, we’re a society who’s quick to complain and criticize, but when it comes to someone or something happening that’s positive or good, we say NOTHING – Whoa – Enough!!
At Bethany Manor, we’ve had some very “SPECIAL” people who’ve impacted us in a very good way, and by God, we want to recognize them and say THANK YOU! Why? Because any bumps in the road have been addressed in a timely fashion with concern, caring, sincerity AND honesty. Issues are promptly conveyed either in person or via phone with the same concern, caring sincerity AND honesty. That’s the way it should be, but only SPECIAL PEOPLE make it the way it is!
To the Bethany Manor Team who’ve made a tremendous impact for a smooth Mary Benyo transition, to you: Thank You.
The Benyo Family
To each and every one of you that have touched Timmy’s life,
We want to express our most sincere thanks for all you have done to help preserve our brother’s dignity and quality of life during his time at Bethany. Before we enter Timmy’s unit, we are greeted by the words, “Residents do not live in our facility, we work in their home.” This simple statement says it all.
When working tirelessly day in and day out to meet the needs of your residents, it is easy to forget that the person you are helping is someone’s mother, father, husband, wife, brother, sister or friend. Please know that it does not go unnoticed.
On behalf of our brother, Timmy Wilmot, and all the residents at Bethany, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts!
Mary Jo Webster
As the adult caregiver to my father, when the time came to start my search for an assisted living center I feared a lengthy, drawn out process. I began my search with Bethany Village Courtyards. That is also where my search ended. From the initial meeting with the director where my father and I received a tour of the facility and were able to meet residents to follow up meetings with social workers and nursing staff, we could not have felt more welcomed and knew all of his needs would be met. Being employed full-time, the flexible visiting hours were a huge benefit to me as I knew I would be able to see him frequently. I highly recommend the Courtyards to anyone looking for an Assisted Living Center.