By Tom McLean, Resident
St. Anne’s is a very nice place to live. Recently, a new bathtub and shower system was installed here. The tubs are designed to be opened from the side. The showers there have a pulsating massage type of shower head. One can adjust them to utilize this option or simply use the regular shower option.
The lighting here at St. Anne’s includes newly installed LED lights and the heating system is up to date, meeting safety standards. St. Anne’s is handicapped accessible.
My impression of St. Anne’s is that is a very nice place to live; I am very privileged to live here. I have lived here at St. Anne’s for close to eight years now. Like everyone else here, my personal shopping needs and medical care is all provided for by the exceptionally good and friendly staff.
There is a comfortable chapel here. Like the rest of St. Anne’s, it is handicapped accessible and is open all the time. Pastoral care is very good and helpful here. Mass is every day at 9 a.m. Every Saturday morning, at 8 o’clock, there are ecumenical services here.
In conclusion, I consider it a great privilege to be living here. I rate St. Anne’s very highly and would recommend it for anyone who needs a medical care facility to live in.
2 Replies to “A Resident’s Reflection on St. Anne’s”
Excellent article, Tom. I know you believe what you wrote because you are cheerful and happy. May your days at St Anne’s continue to be filled with blessings and happiness.
I’ll have to share this with him! PS: Did you get my reply to your comment on *Our Franciscan Fiat*? Have a good night!
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