My mother was admitted there on a Thursday and passed on Saturday morning. We were not there long but I cannot express how caring and compassionate all the staff were to my mother and my family. They took such care to make my mother comfortable toward the end of her life and they gave her the ability to die with dignity. I am forever grateful to all the staff for the job they do. They are all special people.
My mom spent her final hours at Hospice Inn, they made mine and my family's greif their to priority. We felt at time like we were the only family they had to attend, that was how attentive, kind and caring this staff was. We never had to ask a question twice or say that we needed something twice they were always right there the first time. They answered all our questions and explained what was happening with mom every step of the way so we could understand. The last few days of my mom's life was met with dignity and respect, kindness and caring people. I don't know how to thank them enough.
I am going to refer everyone I know here. I absolutely love this place. I really admire them for being more than willing to ask for help from other professionals in the field when they don't have an answer to my question. They aren't even slightly arrogant, and I'm confident they always have my best interest at heart. I felt that they really valued my health and happiness because they followed up even after my appointment just to check up on me. It was such a nice gesture that made a huge difference. They had a huge selection of magazines in the waiting room. I was able to find some of my favorites and they kept me entertained while I was waiting for my appointment.
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