“I don’t think I could do better than living here,” says Resident Jack McCullough. “It’s more like a home than a nursing home.”
Little Sisters of the Poor, who oversee all aspects of St. Paul’s Home, focus on creating a “home” and “family spirit” to support each Resident as they progress through the aging process.
While residential furnishings and decorations convey a warm, relaxed atmosphere, creating a “home” is less about the building and more about the comfort and well-being it provides. This comes from the compassionate care and attentiveness paid to each individual by the Sisters, staff and volunteers.
A home is also created by time spent with family celebrating, sharing meals, and encouraging one another.
The family spirit that exists at St. Paul’s Home – and the range of services and activities offered – encourages the personal growth of each Resident physically, socially, spiritually and emotionally.
Click here to read about “Our Philosophy”
Look in your heart and find a world – a world full of love.
We are blessed to share, with the Little Sisters of the Poor of St. Paul’s Home, a shelter of respect and blessings.
Our home is a shelter of love, security, hope and both spiritual and physical growth with new friends and beautiful surroundings, understanding and joy!…it’s our home. Deo Gratias.
-Carol Schaljo, Resident