Kind Words

See what our clients are saying about us…

My mother has always been treated with dignity, warmth and great care. My mother and I both appreciate the beauty of the home you provide, the high standard of cleanliness and quality of the meals. Each one of your caregivers displays a positive and helpful attitude towards all the house guests. I also appreciate your efforts towards keeping the occupants as active as possible with walks, games and crafts. I personally know that the “hands-on care” you provide has improved my mother’s condition and helped her be the best that she can be at this time. I highly recommend Shalom Elderly Care to all families needing this level of care.

My mom suffered a debilitating stroke last month. Without your exceptional warmth, skill and care, I don’t know how well we would have handled things. The assurance that you and your staff were experienced in handling her rehabilitation upon her discharge were very comforting since we didn’t want to see her go to a nursing home. All her many therapists, rental equipment and doctors were expertly arranged by you, but our greatest comfort has been the way she is lovingly being taken care of by you and your wonderful staff.

Finding the very best home and care for an ailing parent can be a daunting and emotionally challenging ordeal. Luckily, two different social workers recommended Shalom Elderly Care. Both agreed that it is among the top board and care facilities in the entire Valley. When I visited the homes I instantly knew this was exactly what I had hoped to find for my mother…My mom has now been living at Shalom Elderly Care for over a year. They have been excellent about keeping me informed about everything regarding my mother. Since I live out of state this is extremely important to me. I know that my mom is well cared for and is as happy as she could possibly be. When I come to see her she is usually visiting with Goldy, “her best friend”, or participating in a game. I can’t imagine a more perfect place for her.

I want to thank you for the wonderful care you provided for our mother in the last year of her life. It was really a pleasure to visit her in the beautiful Shalom home. Mom was so much more content living in the house with all the lovely ladies than she had been before we moved her.

I would like to thank you and your staff for the wonderful care and compassion that you showed to my mother during her stay at Shalom. She was always well cared for and treated with the utmost respect and dignity. When I would just pop in I always found her looking well dressed, well fed, and very happy.

My father was treated like family. Shalom made our family’s life more secure in knowing that our dad was in good hands. We knew that he was getting the care that we could not give.

Thank you again for the tour of your lovely home. I was moved by the quality of care and service you provide your residents. You obviously love what you are doing and care for your residents a great deal.

Our thanks to the staff for taking such good care of mom. It’s a blessing for us during this difficult time in our lives.

You always addressed our concerns quickly and completely.

Our thanks to the staff for taking such good care of mom. It’s a blessing for us during this difficult time in our lives.

I really appreciated the special things that you did for me because I was so far away. You didn’t have to do these things, but it helped me to feel that my mother was in good hands.

I was glad that my dad was encouraged to sing on occasion, which was one of his favorite things to do.

When our mother first arrived at Shalom Elderly Care, she was already 107 years old and she was quite frail and, perhaps, somewhat apprehensive. But her first remark when she entered your facility was how nice and pleasant it appeared. In fact, the bright and cheerful ambiance in your facility was an important factor in choosing it.

“Making the World A Better Place” by Shoshana, Age 8, visitor to Shalom Elderly Care.
I will make the world a better place by spending time with the elderly. That would make the world a better place because it would make their lives happy. Every Saturday when I arrive I see a smile shine on their faces while sitting comfortably in their assigned seats. I’m always so interested in their lives because I can learn a lot from them as they have lived a lot longer than I have. The house where they live is so clean that it is like it has never been used or touched before. Their bedrooms are so nicely decorated and the helpers give so much care. We have so much fun dancing, singing and playing bingo! I’m never frightened or scared since they are my friends and they will always have a place in my heart.

Mother was always grateful that her surroundings were always immaculate and pleasant. She was always fastidious and even after she could not pick out her own clothing or take care of herself, she was dressed nicely and her makeup and hair were taken care of.

Mom also appreciated all the extras, such as the music lady (her favorite!) and the craft lady as well as others.

I always felt welcome and so enjoyed my visits sitting with dad in his cheerful room, he was always so well cared for.

I would definitely recommend your board and care to anyone who may need to place a loved one in a caring and clean facility. Thank you again for all that you did for me and for my mother.

I always loved to visit your spotless facility and seeing your friendly staff. I thank you–as well as all of our family–for taking such good care of my aunt, and for giving her so much happiness.

Your staff was always attentive to Mom and her needs and we never doubted your sincerity and genuine concern for her well-being. There is no doubt in our minds that you genuinely care for you patients as if they were your own mother or father. I know that the few years she was under your care, she was very happy.

My husband spent the last year and a half of his life at Shalom Elderly Care and I am convinced that he would not have lived even that long without the loving care he experienced at Shalom. As much as we had tried to care for him at home, he actually got a little stronger at Shalom, until the disease eventually took its inevitable course. I am so grateful to Dina for giving us that time together in a beautiful, light filled, spotlessly clean environment that he loved so much. I am grateful also to all the caregivers who treated my husband like family and who, I might add, were excellent cooks, often adding my husband’s favorite menu. As a minister for 33 years I have visited elderly and chronically ill parishioners in all kinds of facilities. In my opinion, none can hold a candle to Shalom Elderly Care.