Peace of Mind at Symphony at Mentor
We’re asked to wear a lot of hats in life like the loving wife, model employee, and supportive parent, but one of the most challenging roles to fill is the caregiver. Caregivers are often forced to walk fine lines, lines like being available to keep an eye on their dad in case he takes another fall, but giving him the privacy that he wants in his own home. Showing compassion and respect to their mother with memory loss, but making sure she’s eating, even if she doesn’t want to.
It’s no surprise that a lot of caregivers are riddled with senses of worry, uncertainty, and guilt. The good news is: it can get better. The caregivers and nurses at Symphony at Mentor have a passion for helping seniors and their families transition through aging and have experience walking the fine lines. They can be the watchdog, the friend, and the confidant, but they can never take your place.
We pride ourselves on offering multiple levels of care so our residents can age in place, here, at home, at Symphony at Mentor.
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See what our residents have to say about Symphony at Mentor
"My mom, and at some time, I, was caring for my grandma, no one wants to feel like they are just giving up, bc we definitely felt like we were, but we couldn’t give her the care she needed anymore due to all our busy schedules, Symphony has taken my grandma in and has loved her like their own, to go visit and see that huge smile on her face and leave knowing she’s in good hands put us all at ease. They keep her busy with so many activities That we couldn’t, and are always at hand when we call with any questions. We started with the daycare program which was also amazing, after a year, she would ask to go home (symphony) and we knew then she was comfortable there and enjoyed her time with the other residents and workers." - Nikki T. via FACEBOOK