SAIDO Learning Makes Creating New Memories With Your Loved One Possible
Watching a loved one slip away as they battle dementia or Alzheimer’s disease feels tragic, but there is still hope. Programs like SAIDO Memory Care at Good Shepherd Home help you and your loved one regain quality of life and time to spend together.
A Wonderful Time of Year in Assisted Living
The holiday season in assisted living can be a time of joy that brings everyone together for activities, camaraderie, and celebration. There are many ways to celebrate the season together so that all are included and feel warm at home during the winter months.
Finding a Job at the Ideal Assisted Living Facility
Good Shepherd offers satisfying careers for professionals seeking a supportive, caring employer. Check out our job listings and apply today!
What Is Assisted Living?
What is assisted living? This article answers all of your questions and provides a checklist of factors to consider when considering a long-term care facility.
Downsizing for Assisted Living
Convincing your senior loved ones to move to assisted living is a challenge. Luckily, Good Shepherd Home is here to help make an easy transition.
First This, Then That: Steps to Moving into Assisted Living
When picturing yourself or a loved one transitioning into assisted living, or making any major change, for that matter, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. New faces, places, and a mile-long to-do list: how will you get it all done? There’s a lot of truth, however, to the...
Imagine the Life You Could Have in a Senior Living Facility
At Good Shepherd, you can experience the freedom, friendships, food, and fun you’ve only dreamed of for your senior years.
How Long Do We Wait to Move Into Assisted Living?
Now is the right time to consider transitioning to senior living because Good Shepherd is COVID-19 safe, educated, and prepared.
May 2021 – Nursing Newsletter
Tips to Prepare for the Next Phase of Life
Visit Good Shepherd to learn more about what life could look like in the next phase. From independent living to assisted care, you have options for your lifestyle and level of care.