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Are You and Your Family Considering Walker Methodist? Here's What Our Staff Has to Say in Video

Anneliese Peterson | Jul 7, 2016

If you and your loved one are considering Walker Methodist, we're excited and grateful for the opportunity to be home for you. We treasure our Residents. Because senior living is a transition, we know you and your family have thoughts and questions. Here's a video our team put together that speaks on behalf of Walker Methodist and the culture of care, compassion, and community that makes our organization shine. 



1. Determine Your Individual Needs

We place an important emphasis on Life. And all the living that goes with it at Walker Methodist. As a matter of fact, that's our Mission! The most important step to choosing senior living is basing it on individual needs, affordability, and knowing how much care the community can provide. Choose for you, choose for your loved one's best interest, and trust that we'll grow right along side you and adapt to your ever-changing needs.


2. Your Decision Will be Supported

When you're ready to transition, Walker Methodist will be ready, too. Which ever community, specialized program, care or assistance level, or amenities you or your loved one desires, we'll make sure to provide. You have plenty of options when it comes to this part of life.


3. Being vs. Living

When you're a Walker Methodist Resident, you won't just be here; you will live here. The life you and your loved ones currently have will continue as you transition to a senior living community at Walker Methodist. Life doesn't stop, life doesn't get more complicated. Just the opposite, actually. Life becomes more fun, more rewarding.


4. Feeling at Home

As you and your loved ones tour communities and meet Residents, staff, and volunteers, a sense of home often settles in. The warm and welcoming ambiance is a natural feeling that happens almost instantly at Walker Methodist. When you feel it - you'll know you're home.


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