Stella Sapolski lived at two other assisted living homes before her son, Richard Armstrong, found Saratoga Grove.
“If I had initially known about Saratoga, I would have moved Mom here first,” he says.
Richard loved that it was tucked away in a residential neighborhood, that the inside is well-lit and cheerful, and the competitive cost. But what really sold Richard and Stella on Saratoga Grove was the staff.
“Saratoga’s loving and attentive nursing staff and caregivers—the staff here make all the difference. They really do!” he says. “I knew they cared about Mom, and she knew it, too.”
During Stella’s stay at Saratoga Grove, she loved the chapel services, the bird aviary, and the outdoor views from her window and the many large picture windows on campus. She also took advantage of many of the activities, from bingo to arts & crafts, and many other social opportunities.
Stella recently passed away, but Richard still thinks of Saratoga Grove fondly and recommends it highly.
“To the wonderful staff and loving caregivers at Saratoga Grove, on behalf of my recently deceased mother, from a grateful son, I want to sincerely thank you for all the loving care that Mom received,” Richard says.
“While my mom may not know all your names, I am certain that Heaven does know all your names.”