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Mimi participates in as many activities as she is able. At age 99 years (she turns 100 in March), she continues to crochet, and loves giving away her handicrafts to aides and visitors. Four times a week, her sister Emma visits and they spend hours working on puzzles together. "I am blessed to be in a community of caregivers who care so compassionately for each and every resident," says Mimi.
For Mimi and so many other residents, Resthaven provides the confidence and assurance that quality care and deep relationships will continue, regardless of issues of aging or financial limitations. For over 69 years, Resthaven has served thousands of seniors with compassionate care, many to their life's end. It is how Resthaven defines and demonstrates its ministry.
Care Center Resident Mimi
Our long tradition of compassionate care comes at a cost. As the area's oldest faith-based, non-profit senior care community, Resthaven depends on the financial support of many individuals and organizations to continue its ministry and mission to seniors.