In a calm, clean, country setting

It’s our belief that peace and tranquility are important in senior care. Our private grounds allow residents with limited mobility to enjoy the outdoors without worrying about traffic. And residents with mental or emotional issues are calmer in our small, peaceful setting.

There’s plenty of room to walk around the 100 apple trees on level walking trails. Many will even accommodate walkers or wheelchairs. Or residents can sit on the sunny porches and enjoy the sound of the burbling creek and waterfall. Blooming flowers surround the house in the spring and summer, and tall trees and beautiful hills ring the property.

Located on a country road, the house and grounds are quiet and serene with the sounds of nature providing a gentle background. The large property gets lots of sun, so it‘s warm enough for residents to get plenty of fresh air. And large decks and patios provide a sunny place to sit.

Patio and Living Room

Safe, Secure, Serene

We’ve carefully structured De un Amor to support our staff and our residents. The large country property is fully fenced for their security. While the bedrooms are private, doors to the outside are never locked. So residents can come and go as they’re able to. Our only house rules are those we need for resident safety. This is their home and we want it to feel like one.

Everybody likes a little music

More than caring for residents, we try to make it a happy place where they can relax and enjoy themselves. They spend lots of time outside. And the inside is just as nice with regular visits from a piano player.

There’s a lot to do, and our staff helps residents do as much as they’re able to with appropriate activities and lots of outdoor or indoor exercise.

“I wanted to thank you and all the staff of De un Amor for taking such good care of my mom over the five long years that mom was in your care. Everyone there was always so patient with and kind to my dad, my siblings, and myself even when some of us were not always so with you. The work you all do is difficult at best and I want everyone there to know that their efforts are recognized and appreciated.”