Apostolic Christian Restmor
a skilled nursing facility
"We thought it more than appropriate that we convey to all of you our appreciation for the fine care that you provide for all of your residents, and we are so pleased that Dad was privileged to be one of them during his last days on earth. God's love is surely manifested through all of you. Day and night you approach each of your residents with respect and love. You should all be proud of your efforts, each department contributing its share for the welfare of every resident. Thank you."
— A local physician
"We thank you for providing medical, religious, social, recreational, and daily living needs for our mother in a loving, beautiful, home-like atmosphere. We can't thank you enough for being our mother's extended family for this past 11½ years. We wanted Mother to have a good quality of life after she had her stroke and you provided that for her."
— Her family
"I found Restmor to be everything I had been led to believe it was. She talked about many of you by name. She also loved the activities and being able to participate. You made her feel she was contributing and needed. That was always so important to her. With kindness, you cared for her emotionally and physically.
Our mother was "cocooned" in Christian attitudes and gentle ministry until her last breath. This little almost 95-year-old lady was our mother and we were blessed."
"It is very nice to know that Mother is getting love, kindness and attention at ACR, which was one of our highest priorities in choosing a home as she had always treated everyone with love when she was able."
— A grateful daughter
"The staff at Restmor take the time to encourage our father to push his limits, so his strength and coordination are returning. After a long period when he had little or no appetite, Dad is enjoying food and eating once again, and is gaining some of the weight he lost following Mom's death.
Mentally, Dad has a lot of difficulty with short-term memory. Dad is calmer, more stable, and less easily frightened or agitated following the move to Restmor. The staff at Restmor are loving, patient, and attentive, and they seem to bring out the best in Dad's personality."
"Words cannot express the depths of our feelings when we say thank you for all you have done for Mother and for us. The love and care you have provided is far more than we dreamed was possible. The gift of yourselves—your time, touch, prayers, hugs, conversations, laughter, tears and songs—surrounded us so that we felt wrapped in God's loving arms."
"I am grateful beyond words that Dad spent his last months in a place where he was so loved and appreciated. As filled with grief as I was after Mom died, I could not see Dad's strengths—I mostly could only see a confused and failing old man. When he moved to Restmor, so many staff at Restmor had such affection for him—it made me realize that he was still very capable of engaging others with his warmth and wit and personality."
"We absolutely love ACR in every way! The staff is all so friendly and nice; there is not one staff member that we don't appreciate. It is a warm, friendly and inviting place to live in and also to visit. We give it a 10 out of 10."
"I believe that AC Restmor does it all. Your mission statement printed on the wall is being lived out daily in the community."
"When my husband was at ACR, everyone went out of his/her way to try to meet his many needs. It was like having an extended family supporting you unconditionally for an indefinite period of time. I feel deeply grateful. Thank you also for the thoughtful memorial service."
Following rehabilitation, 50 percent of our residents are able to return home!