I am profoundly grateful that you are viewing our website! Like many of you, I have elderly loved ones who can no longer care for themselves because of a myriad of health conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, breathing problems, bowel and bladder problems, arthritis, and difficulty walking.
I know firsthand that families are often hesitant when contemplating the transition of a loved one to residential care setting. My dear mother Gwen, who is 83 years old, has Dementia. Her Dementia progressed and she became increasingly forgetful and began to wander. Although my siblings and I knew it was time to transition mom to residential care, we felt great anxiety. After learning to trust her caregivers and recognizing the exceptional care she is receiving, we realize the transition is not only helpful to us, but it is helpful to her. Mom now enjoys activities on her schedule, and we are grateful that her caregivers are with her when we cannot be there.
The anxiety created when contemplating my mom’s residential facility placement, coupled with my over 35 years’ experience as a registered nurse and licensed nursing home administrator working in hospitals and nursing homes, are important reasons why I offer Sweetwater Living as an alternate home for your loved one. My team and I have created an environment that feels like home and are committed to treating your family as we would our own.
Look no further. We invite you to experience a new home for your loved one!
Marvette Lowrie, RN, MSM (Hons.), LNHA