Thank you for your support!

During this time of social distancing, we’re gratified for the wonderful support and cooperation from our residents and families. Here are just a few examples:

  • My mother is a resident at Supportive Living of Washington. Mom just loves living the community. Since I am up near Chicago and not able to visit often, it does my heart good to know she is so happy and well cared for. I want to thank you for all you do to keep the residents safe and engaged with so many on site activities, especially at this difficult time. You have so much responsibility for so many, and I just want you to know it does not go unnoticed. - Yvonne B.

  • Who doesn't love surprises? To show her support and give some encouragement, Kathryn, a daughter of a resident send us this note: "Just wanted to say thank you again for your commitment and diligence! I know it isn't easy, especially with families wanting to see their resident(s); however, we firmly believe that you are taking all the right steps and are fully supportive of not moving too quickly away from the precautions. The areas that have loosened the reins, so to speak, are again seeing an uptick in cases and we just don't want to see that happen. Please let me know if there are supplies you need... I do have what I hope will be a happy surprise donation that I will drop off on Monday!" 
  • We are thankful for all the prayers for our residents and associates. "Thank you for all you are doing to keep our loved ones safe and comfortable. We appreciate all of you so very much!! We are praying for you and your safety. Grateful." - Janet. "We just wanted to let you know what a great job you and your team are doing. We appreciate you all so much!!! We are keeping you in our prayers that everyone stays healthy." - Anna 
  • "I agree with your approach to take the reopening slowly," says David Henson, son of one of our residents. "We’re all so anxious to see our loved ones. But after all the hard work and sacrifice, we don’t want to stumble near the finish line."