LOVE Letters

We are so grateful to have wonderful residents and engaged families who share the kindest words that make us feel all warm and fuzzy. Here are a few excerpts, in their own words, that highlight why our residents truly "love where they live."


“I’m so happy that I called Parkside for my Dad.  Dementia is a difficult condition and the staff have been kind, supportive, and encouraging in his transition to memory care. The facility is beautifully decorated and designed with the functional needs a resident in mind. It is spotless and inviting.”-Lynda J.


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“We spent almost 5 years taking care of my Mother, and since we’ve placed her in Parkside, she is so much happier than anything we tried to do for her…After we first visited Parkside, we knew the quality of life she would have there.  Having a daily routine and constant companionship has lowered her stress levels and that is a big reason why she is doing so much better. We serve a big God and all I can say is that it’s not a coincidence that Parkside was built down the street from us and opened its doors the minute my Mom needed it most!”  -The Gaston Family

“Parkside is the answer for my wife of 70 years.  The place is beautiful…the help is fantastic…the care is exceptional!! Thank you Parkside!” -John V.


“Thank you and Parkside for providing my wife a new wonderful home. It is extremely difficult for a family to put a loved one in a care facility.  It is a situation that one avoids as long as possible. There is an associated “guilt” that the family is giving up on their loved one, which is not true.  You and your staff have consoled me during this difficult time and have “gone the extra mile” to make me feel comfortable while providing the best possible care.  I could not have done this without you and Parkside. [We] both feel like we are part of the Parkside family.” –George L.

“I’m writing to express my profound gratitude to Parkside Assisted Living and Memory Cottages because they have helped my family and myself through the most challenging times of our lives…I wish that Dementia, Alzheimer's and Parkinson’s or any other cognitive disorder didn’t exist but if you, like me, are struggling with caring for a loved one who is living with this, I urge you to look at this community. They have given us hope, dignity and help where we thought there was none. Thank you for all you have done for our family.” -Harry L.