Comfort and Care
At Saint Therese at St. Odilia, we’ve taken every detail into consideration to create a comfortable setting that feels like home. From ease of access and calming color schemes and décor to a therapeutic whirlpool tub and onsite chapel, every feature and amenity serves to provide a restful environment for both the mind and the body.
For the utmost safety and security, access to our residence is controlled. We offer eight private care suites with attached bathrooms. Each suite features a flat screen TV, DVD player, wireless internet and working space.
Because being close to your loved one is important, we provide a fully-furnished guest suite for family and friends at no charge.
At Saint Therese at St. Odilia, providing compassionate care is our calling. We seek to make every day the best it can be for every individual. You have entrusted us with the care of your loved one; we consider that an honor and a blessing. In turn, we hope to provide comfort and peace of mind for all. Our person-centered care includes much more than pain control or symptom management. We take a holistic approach that attends to spiritual and emotional needs as well.
Family and friends may gather in the residence’s comfortable, home-like common areas. A shaded gazebo provides an outdoor gathering space on lush parish grounds. Residents and guests have 14 acres of scenic walking paths, marshes, flowers and greenery to explore together.
Saint Therese at St. Odilia features an onsite chapel for prayer and reflection. Holy Communion is available every day for Catholic residents. Spiritual care is available for all residents and guests, offering spiritual and emotional guidance, support and comfort, no matter religious affiliation.
Contact us to learn how Saint Therese at St. Odilia can provide compassionate care for your loved one.
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