Reviews of St. Francis Home
Average Rating: based on 2 Reviews
I am a friend or relative of a resident
St. Francis Home is quiet and clean. They cared for my Grandmother for a few years after she became unable to live on her own. She loved it and she loved the Sisters (Franciscan Nuns) who cared for her. The staff was wonderful and we loved that they offered a daily Mass for the women who lived at the home. There were socials available, and if someone didn't want to attend a meal the Sisters would bring it to her. Even as she aged and got dementia, the staff cared for her. When my Grandmother decided she no longer wanted to live there (as most elderly do) the staff supported her and cared for her with no ill treatment. When she became ill the Sisters cared for her and stayed by her side. She was not sent away to hospice, but rather was loved and nurtured in the home she had been accustomed to (although once she was too ill to be cared for at the home she had to be moved). Not only did the staff care for those who lived there, but they took the time to learn the names and faces of common visitors. I truly believe the staff cares for the women they live with as well as their families.
I visited this facility
This is a 60 Bed facility that is an assisted living facility. The staff is well informed and educated. They are warm and friendly. The rooms are average with basic furnishings. The common areas are clean and well maintained. The decor is average but cozy. The staff is attentive and the residents appear to be well cared for and alert. The calendar is filled with activities and events. The holidays are in full swing here and it is evident they are going to have a fun time around here. The staff is in full effect for the holidays. This is a Catholic facility so Christmas is very important here and the Mass is celebrated here daily. All faiths are welcome but be mindful this is a Catholic facility. Very nice place and well maintained inside and out.