September 2, 2022
My mom lived in Assisted Living at Triple Creek Retirement Community for four years, until she passed away a month ago. I think the best review I could leave is what I shared at my mom’s memorial service as I publicly thanked the Triple Creek staff:I am so grateful to you, her Triple Creek family. It meant so much to me that you didn’t just come to work to do a job. It is so much more than a job. It is a calling, a giving of yourself each and every day. Physically and emotionally, it is draining and difficult. But you each did it with grace and compassion and commitment. You knew her likes and dislikes, you laughed at her jokes, you put up with her orneriness. You genuinely loved my mom, and you knew how to make her feel special. And she in turn loved you. She would frequently tell me how well-cared for she felt and tell me about the interactions she had with you. In her final days, you came to say goodbye to her, supported my family and me, told us stories about mom that touched our hearts, wept with us at herpassing.It seems that most facilities these days are short-staffed. That was a source of frustration at times. But my above tribute reflects how so many of the staff at Triple Creek went above and beyond in an effort to make up for the shortages they often faced.
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