Max Steele spent 55 years in the professional world of architecture, design, and art. Now, he's exploring a new creative hobby at Walker Place.
Shelley Wiggins, a resident of Walker Methodist, knows what living with Parkinson’s Disease looks like. This is her story.
Learn from Charles McCreary about the feeling of home at Walker Methodist Place.
It can be hard to communicate with people affected by the Alzheimer's. Dimple’s family knows she’s safe and sees her happiness.
Walker Methodist’s history dates back to 1876 and our health services have shifted over the course of our timeline as the needs of our communities have.