We Strive to Provide for Our Seniors
Compassionate care in all areas of service is our goal. We want our residents to feel at home in their homes, whether in our Memory Care residence or Hospice.
Rock of Ages Mennonite Home for Memory Care is our licensed and certified memory care residence. We use faith and spiritual emphasis in our work. We do our best to recognize that we can brighten the lives of our residents with encouragement and by giving them choices for daily activities.
Each resident has an individualized care plan with services specific to their needs. These computerized care plans can be easily adjusted as the resident’s needs change. Our facility is licensed and certified as a memory care home under the State of Oregon’s regulations.
Staff members are trained to “live” with residents during their workdays. Activities of daily living are combined with times to reminisce and visit, indirectly assisting with memory skills.
Transitional Life Care has five suites devoted to end of life care. It allows us to care for people and their families through the most difficult of times. Local Hospice provides the medical care and Rock of Ages staff deliver compassionate day-to-day care for the residents and their families. Suites are comfortable and private.
Mennonites Assisting In-Home Development for Seniors (M.A.I.D.S.) is a service of the Mennonite community. M.A.I.D.S. assist residents in Yamhill and Polk counties with shopping, transportation, medical appointments, personal care (bathing, etc.), companionship, house cleaning, laundry, home maintenance, and more.
Ann Scott Estates Foster Care Home
This beautiful newly remodeled 3800 sq ft home located in a small valley known as Muddy Valley. It is located only 8 minutes from main campus. A very peaceful and relaxed setting. Sitting of the back deck where deer, elk and other wildlife meander by. A 5 resident home makes this the perfect place to feel surrounded by God’s nature, birds singing as the breeze makes the leaves on the trees come alive. Home cooked meal where residents are encouraged to participate in daily activities. Vegetable and flower gardens and fruit trees provides a “Norman Rockwell” picture of rest.