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is full of changes and sometimes those changes can be difficult. However,
a move to Meadowbrook
Manor doesn't have to be.We move for various reasons during our lives
– we grow up, move out of our parent’s homes to go off to school or
get married, relocate due to our jobs or service to our country, and
sometimes we move for health reasons. I started to recognize the discomfort,
nervousness, and apprehension related to moving, in myself, during
my last moves.
the administrator of Meadowbrook Manor I’ve seen it in the individual
and family members, when
Mom or Dad first moves into our home. That’s why everyone who touches
the lives of our residents strives to make Meadowbrook
Manor their “Home Away From Home” as well.
I have a poem on my wall, by Esther
Mary Walker, title “Beatitudes For Friends Of The Aged”, it talks
about many small kindness that any person can do for another who is
in the winter of their life. Simple gestures, such as offering an
arm for support, just till they get their balance; taking a few minutes to stop to visit and sitting a little closer, so they
can see or hear better; listening to the same story again, because
it makes them smile. These are all things I can do, all caring people
can do. And they’re all things that make Meadowbrook Manor a comfortable
and safe home, for our residents.
Thank you, for visiting our web site
and feel free to visit us, at Home, anytime.
Mary E. Waldron
A little cooler than we planned!