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by Steve on SeniorAdvice.com 01/25/2022
House of Loreto is a wonderful caring place for seniors and has been around for 60 years. our family saw Grandma and Aunt Jo as fortunate enough to have lived out their last years at HOL and mom always said if she ever had to go to a nursing home, please let it be the House of Loreto. It is clean and home like, not institutional. The nuns and staff really care. Thank you!
by Rita on SeniorAdvice.com 10/14/2021
My father was a resident of the House of Loreto. I am a nurse so I was very watchful about my father’s care. I have never in my personal or professional experience encountered a better option than the House of Loreto. The Sisters and the staff are single minded in their focus on resident comfort and quality care. In addition, the Sisters and staff recognize the family needs for reassurance and support. I encourage all to consider the House of Loreto for loved ones in need of care. I also encourage donations to the mission of the heroic and noble efforts of the Sisters and staff. My father has passed but i will always do all i can to help the House of Loreto.
by T&L on SeniorAdvice.com 04/06/2021
Our family is so thankful that our mom resided at the House of Loreto. It was really what our mom needed at that time in her life. Other places we looked at were too crowded, and you had to share rooms, or the other places reminded us of a hospital. At the House of Loreto she had her own room, and bathroom. We had it decorated, and it looked very nice. We did get to have visits with her during Covid, until things got very serious in November of 2021. Before that, but during Covid, we would visit twice a week, and sing songs, do crosswords, and say some prayers together before we left. That is what she liked to do. We did visit everyday before Covid, but I was so thankful that we still got to see her two days a week. We would FaceTime every so often as well, especially when there were no visits allowed during the critical times of Covid in the area. She was grateful for the staff, and to be at the House of Loreto, but she definitely missed her daily visits with her family. She was well taken care of during that time. We will be forever grateful to the Sisters and staff at the House of Loreto.
by XYZ on SeniorAdvice.com 04/02/2021
They mean well but are very controlling and old fashioned. It’s all private pay ( no Medicare or Medicaid). Pricing is asset based so if you have more you pay more. Do not permit visits at resident window so if they lock down you do not ever see your loved one. Family provides phone service, Depends, snacks etc.