See what people are saying about Serenity Oaks Assisted Living & Memory Care.
At Serenity Oaks we take great pride in being a positive member of the community and maintaining a great reputation.
Amazing!! Great place that feels just like home. The patients are happy and the staff is so friendly!
I just got back from spending last week down there visiting my aunt. I had the opportunity to interact with many of the staff as well as with the director, Kristy. I found absolutely nothing that I could say bad about this place. The house was always clean, bright and cheerful. Everyone is extremely friendly, professional and truly made me comfortable knowing they are caring for my aunt. As much as I wish that no one would ever have to see a loved one go through this, thank God for a place like Dignity Senior Care Homes.
As a home health nurse I go into many homes many different situations. When I visited this facility I was immediately impressed by the staff and how they interacted with their residents. It was a very loving environment. It was very obvious that the staff was invested and cared about the residents that resided there. And the residents were happy to be there. I can only imagine what a relief this may be for the residents and their families. Good job!
I visit Mom several times a week and no matter what time of day or night, I am greeted with smiling faces both on the residents as well as the staff. The house has a homey feel and is always clean and free of the “nursing home” smells and sounds. I am always kept up to date about her activities and care. That is very important to me. I often take Mom on outings, out to lunch, or shopping. The staff always has her ready to go and are happy to do so. It’ a cute little “Hen House” chock full of the cutest lil Chicks at her Dignity Home. I can work without worrying about her care and confusion. Thanks Dignity care and Staff for making this phase of Mom’s life happy and healthy and doing it with such love and devotion!
Selecting a home for your parent is very hard! It’s probably one of the hardest things I’ll ever do. I am so glad I found this memory care facility. I can’t even say enough great things. I think the most valuable things I’ve gotten from Kristy and her staff is the loving support for myself. My mom was so well taken care of and I learned so much about the whole process and her dementia and ailments. The entire thing was scary until I knew I had the caring support of the staff here. The place is always clean and always odor free which is almost unheard of. Everyone is so friendly and respectful. Thank you for your kindness to my mother and our entire family.
I want to take time to thank everyone at Dignity Senior Homes. My father in-law is there and is well taken care of. The services and care that is provided has helped get his health stabled and stronger. He wakes up at 5 am and is eating breakfast by 6am with a smile. He has always been an early riser! Not too many people can deal with that, but at Dignity it is welcomed. Thank you all again!
As a former employee I can certainly attest to all of the previous reviews. This is great place to work!! They are always flexible and accommodating. The turnover is not as high as with other nursing homes and assisted living facilities, which is nice. I learned so much when I was here that I decided that healthcare was the best job for me. Kristi helped me through nursing school, my clinicals and my study sessions. I’ll never forget it. I’ve been an RN now for two years. I could not be more grateful. If you are looking for an amazing place to work then look no further. I miss my residents so much!
I also want to say I am so grateful to the staff there. I hate that I can’t hold and kiss my mom right now, but I know without a doubt that she is loved and cared for there. The staff is so nurturing, and I just can’t thank y’all enough for that. Thank you for keeping my mama safe and making her feel loved during this time of separation. (Special shout out to Shelby who helps me with Facetime calls and loves on my mama when I can’t).