Learn from Charles McCreary about the feeling of home at Walker Methodist Place.
Shelley Wiggins knows a thing or two about transition herself. As a Walker Methodist Place resident, she’s transitioned a lot in her lifetime.
It can be hard to communicate with people affected by the Alzheimer's. For families like Dimple’s, knowing she’s safe and well cared for is one thing, but witnessing her happiness is another.
Walker Methodist’s history dates back to 1876 and our core health services have shifted over the course of our timeline as the needs of our communities have.
For someone who spent 55 years in the professional world of architecture, design, art, and intentional space, you would think the transition to a new housing community would be a long, arduous process.