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.
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