The staff at Saint Therese of New Hope are earthly angels. Every time I visited Mom, a minimum of three times a week, I never once noticed anything but love and professionalism. I hope you choose Saint Therese of New Hope for your loved one.
– Susan Oss
Music therapy offers the opportunity for residents to revisit and regain memories, and express emotions through singing, instrument play, and/or movement, just to name a few. I love the appreciation, as well as the positive reactions that I receive from the residents on a daily basis! I love what I do.
– Michelle M.
I enjoy working with residents at Saint Therese for many reasons. First and foremost, I have such a deep love and passion for the musical experience with each individual resident and group. Forming a therapeutic relationship with residents is exactly why I love working in long-term care—especially at Saint Therese!
– Lauren P.
My job gives me the chance to make a difference in someone’s life.
– Laura K.
Anyone needing transitional care should go to Saint Therese. Everyone is so kind, welcoming and really went out of their way to make sure I had everything I needed.
– Marge M.
I love the care my mom received at Transitional Care by Saint Therese.
– Molly A.
Saint Therese’s Adult Day Program helps me get rest my health requires. I have time to socialize plus it gives my husband variety in a secure place so I don’t have to worry about him.
– Joanne E.
When I wanted to quit, my PT and OT therapists encouraged me to give it another try. I can honestly say if I wasn’t lucky enough to come to Saint Therese for rehab, I would have just given up.
– Karen M.
I had a very good stay. The staff is personable and enjoyable. The food is excellent! I can't say enough good things about my experience.
– Chuck G.
If someone is looking for good quality care in an exceptional environment, I would recommend Saint Therese.
– Lynette S.
As a Christmas gift to our community members, friends and partners, we invite you to enjoy this poem written by our care center residents at…Learn More >
Mary McAlpine, left, and Audrey Betz of Saint Therese of Woodbury make a blanket to be given to patients at Gillette Children’s Hospital The…Learn More >