The staff at Summerhill Assisted Living kept a careful eye on Fathers gradually-declining health. They took care of his medications and his doctors appointments.
The staff at Summerhill Assisted Living made life a lot more fun for Father than he had living home alone. He very much enjoyed attending the frequent live piano recitals and going on the excursions to area restaurants. Dad happily cleaned his plate at the Dining Room three times a day. His only complaint was that the Chef didn't serve French Onion Soup enough. Not bad.
Summerhill Assisted Living provided Father with a safe, healthy and fun home for his final 2 1/2 years. If your loved one needs a better alternative than living at home, I hope you'll give every consideration to Summerhill Assisted Living. My Sister and I are very glad we did. And so was Father." Now I know: we should all be so lucky as to spend our later years at a place like Summerhill Assisted Living.
Robert Nielsen Jr.
[Graduate of ConVal High School, the Wharton School, and Cornell Law School; long-time senior staffer for the New York State Senate]