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Hickory Hill Harbor in Prattville, Ala.
Love is… taking the time to feed someone who has forgotten how.
Love is… putting sugar in lemonade or on oatmeal so she’ll eat it.
Love is… honoring someone who has never won a beauty contest or felt pretty by crowning them Queen of Hearts – tiara and all!
Love is… crying with a family member when there are just no words to say.
There are so many more examples of your love in action. God sees all the hidden, precious acts that I haven’t seen. I failed to even mention cleaning toilets, sinks and vacuuming. God esteems all the hidden things that people don’t see and will reward them.
The greatest comfort has been that when I left my mom’s presence, I was confident that she was cared for and loved genuinely.
I know that my mother can’t speak or express her thanks – most of the residents can’t - so I know that you all don’t work for praise. God put something in you that makes me see His glory. I firmly believe that one day Jesus will thank you for feeding, clothing, caring for Him – because when you do it unto the least of his brethren, you do it unto Him.
Love is… Hickory Hill. – LS
The Harbor at Legacy Village of Jacksonville, Ala.
Daddy is so much calmer at The Harbor. To know that this is the effect of the environment and program, not medications, reassures me that I made the best decision. ~M.A.
Renaissance Assisted Living in Stanardsville, Vir.
I have not seen Daddy and Mother so happy in such a long time. Knowing that they are in a place with people who love them so much gives me such a sense of peace. – AG
Sycamore Springs in Elizabethton, Tenn.
“Sycamore Springs has been a great blessing for our mother, who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease. We made the move to this beautiful new facility because it would bring her within a mile of my home, but we did no realize that the care Mother is receiving would be worth far more than convenience. The patient, loving care that we see poured out on the residents flows from women to men who show genuine concern for the residents. We are so glad to see workers and caregivers of various ages. To top off the excellent care Mother receives, all this takes place in a beautiful facility that is designed for easy inclusion of memory care residents with the full Sycamore Springs family. Our town is indeed fortunate to have a residential facility that demonstrates such a high level of kind, intentional excellence. My sister adds this observation after we moved Mother into her new home: ‘I walked out knowing in my heart that my mother is in good hands and that we are blessed.’” – MF