My wife has Alzheimer's disease. About 2 1/2 years ago, I decided that I could no longer care for her and that she would be better off in a care facility that could do a better job of caring for her than I.
The decision and parting with my wife was painful beyond description, but I am thankful that she is now being well cared for in an excellent home.
For the first 23 months, I had her in one facility that was quite good at first, but after awhile problems developed so I decided to move her to the Guardian Angel Homes in Richland.
She has been there seven months now and I am very satisfied with the quality of care and the very capable administrative staff.
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The Guardian Angel Homes consist of six nice homes, which house 16 residents each.
Each has its own kitchen and care-giving staff, which makes for a homey atmosphere.
I am very thankful that our community has such a wonderful place to care for our infirm or demented loved ones when we no longer can.
Jim Watkins, Pasco