Sacred Heart Adult Care Home
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Does Sacred Heart Adult Care Home, Inc offer the following services?
Care for the terminally ill
Trained for Alzheimer's, dementia, etc.
Care for bladder or bowel control problems
Plan, Prepare & Clean-Up Meals
Provides around the clock staff
For appointments, groceries, etc.
Can pay for care via Medicaid
Overall Rating 4.9 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Matthew Haines★★★★★ 2 months ago
I have a very dear lady friend who has the privilege of being the oldest resident at this home 98 and in April she will be 99. I visit her regularly and the home is as pictured. The place is always kept in immaculate condition, there is from the entry to the living quarters a feeling of being in your home not an institution. When you walk through the front door you'll smell the homemade, home style food for the residents to enjoy. Trust me this is good eating. ( I've sampled ) The staff is very caring and serious about any needs that the residents may have and you just sense these people love what they do. In my humble opinion I feel that these folks love their guests almost as much as well love them. Most certainly a quality living environment for anyone who has the need. First class.
Val B★★★★★ 2 months ago
My mom has lived at Sacred Heart for over four years and is doing well in that environment. She is happy and never alone. Our family chose this place after visiting many other places in the area. Sacred Heart is a home and not an institution. It is set in the country with lots of green, and quiet space. Since there is little staff turn over, the staff knows each resident well. The maximum number of residents is 12 so it has a family feel. The resident's families are made to feel welcome and kept apprised of how the resident is doing. Residents are given healthy meals and snacks. Medications are administered and monitored consistently. The owners are always looking for ways to improve the home and the experience for the residents. One of the best parts of Sacred Heart is Katie, the original owner who still lives on the property; she is actively involved with the residents playing games, baking and visiting with them.
Mary Ann Finke★★★★★ 4 weeks ago
Very happy with the conditions of this home. It truly is a "home". There is a lot of love shared between the residents and the staff and it is quite obvious. Activities are planned to keep the residents busy and meals are very well thought out. My person complains that he has to drink so much water, but we know how important it is for him to drink lots of water as we get older.
Kathi McMahon★★★★★ 2 months ago
When we moved our elderly aunt, who suffers from dementia, up from Florida several years ago, we began the search for an appropriate living situation for her. This process was complicated by the fact that her financial resources were quite limited, so we also needed to research any financial assistance for which she might be eligible, and which facilities would accept that type of assistance. In consultation with an elder law firm, we learned about options that might be a good match for her situation, including Sacred Heart. It was described to us as having "a true family atmosphere" and, when we visited, we were confident that that description was accurate. The facility, which is licensed for twelve residents, is located in a rambling farm house in a rural setting. The owner and founder resides upstairs in the house and, after many years, remains involved in activities with the residents. Several other family members are also employed there in the care of residents. Inside, the place has far from the typical institutional appearance. It is like a comfortable, but spacious, home. Furnishings are cozy, and there are spaces where all the residents can gather together, as well as areas for small group activities and more private family visits. Meals, which are like mom's home-cooked comfort food, are eaten at two large wooden tables in the dining room. There is a screened-in porch for dining and relaxing in the warmer weather. Residents are taken outside to enjoy the lovely grounds in the summer. Beyond the setting and amenities, of all the things we like about Sacred Heart, most important are the open communication we have been able to have with the staff, and their genuine concern for attempting to meet our aunt's changing needs. They are very open to reasonable suggestions and requests, and have an inclusive approach to problem-solving. Our aunt has done well at Sacred Heart, though she has experienced increasing challenges in her condition and presented increasing challenges in her care. We have been very pleased with the care she has received, and it would be hard to imagine a place where she would be as content as she has been there.
Josh Marshall★★★★★ a month ago
I've done matinance work around this home. The residents always seen happy and the staff is very friendly. They treat everyone like family. I would trust them with my family in a heartbeat.
|Facility Type||Family Home (Capacity Of 1-6)|
|License Effective Date||2013-11-06|
|License Expiration Date||2015-11-05|
|Serves Physically Handicapped||Yes|
|Serves Developmentally Disabled||No|
|Serves Mentally Ill||Yes|
|Serves Traumatically Brain Injured||No|
|Has Special Certification For Developmentally Disabled||No|
|Has Special Certification For Mentally Ill||No|
|Has Certification For Developmentally Disabled||No|
|Has Certification For Mentally Ill||No|
|Licensee Name||Catherine Hoard|
|Has Rules Violations Within The Last Year||No|
|Licensee Street||19251 Doyle Road|
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