Watch and listen as our residents share their MRC experiences.
We moved into Arbor Oaks on Feb 11, 2013 – the first residents in the door! Everything went smoothly with our long-awaited move, and we spent our first night in our new “forever” home. It has been our “home” ever since. We feel very blessed to be here and have enjoyed getting to know each member of our Arbor Oaks family. We attend the exercise classes faithfully and feel we are stronger and healthier now, than when we lived by ourselves! We have never regretted our decision for this last phase of our lives and look forward to all the happiness being in Arbor Oaks can provide.
Ed and Arlene Richardson, Crestview residents
I am pleased to be here. We have people here to care for us anytime we need them. Not having to cook and clean has been the biggest blessing.
Shirley Carter, Creekside assisted living resident
We visited nearly every option in town. Cornerstone was the very best choice for my parents to live independent, practically carefree lives, while still giving our family the security of knowing they were safe and had access to assistance. I have visited other high-end communities in another state, and Cornerstone stacks up with the best!
Cheryl Marantino, daughter of a Cornerstone resident
I moved here after my wife passed away in 2015 in accordance with what we had planned together. It has been a very good decision and I love living here. The community is new and the staff is very loving and caring, and all the residents are wonderful. Could not be happier with my decision.
Larry Bell, The Crossings resident
My family would tell you that my move to PineCrest has revived my spirit. Like a ray of sunshine, PineCrest warms my heart and makes every day special. There's always something exciting happening. The community feels like family. The people are loving, kind, and helpful. This has been a great journey for me. My days are full of great discoveries and conversations. We share memories of old stories and places, and lots of laughter. God has truly blessed PineCrest, and I'm grateful to experience the magic.
Louise Hanks, PineCrest resident