We just always said that when the time came for us, we wanted to be at Saint Therese because it has everything we need.
– Bobbie S.
I feel very secure knowing Mom received the best care possible. There are so many things about Saint Therese that make a difference; you really feel like you’re cared about.
– Bev G.
Choosing Saint Therese for my mother-in-law’s hospice experience was an easy decision knowing friends previously had an excellent experience at Saint Therese at St. Odilia. The community and its wonderful staff brought us such comfort at one of the most difficult times in our lives.
– Wendie S.
Saint Therese took such good care of my grandma during the last few months of her life. On our last visit, my dad and sister were very sad and crying a lot. The caregivers went over to my sister and hugged her. It showed how much they really cared.
– Christian S.
Joe has made great progress. We’re just so grateful to be here with help to get to the next phase of his recovery. Without the Saint Therese rehabilitation staff, their training, professionalism and their push— he’s an athlete, so he needs that, someone to push him— he wouldn’t be where he is.
– Amy S.
I really enjoyed coming back home to Saint Therese following a brief absence. Staff have been greeting me since my return. I really feel part of the Saint Therese family.
– Myril M.
Saint Therese is a good place to live an active life to its fullest; a tremendous part of that is staying active in your faith and spirituality.
– Tom K.
We love it here. It’s been a great adventure.
– Carol T.
If I’m having a bad day, it’s a good day to volunteer. You forget about yourself for a while and focus on the needs of others. While volunteering, I’ve met people who have led unbelievable lives. They’ve touched me and made me a better person.
– Jeri H.
I love helping out at bingo as much as the residents enjoy the activity. It’s fun to see expressions on the residents’ faces when they see volunteers roaming the hallways and realize it’s Bingo night.
– Kris H.
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