Esty and Odeda
My sister and I admitted our mother to the Ramat Gan Alzheimer Center about a year and a half ago. My mother received a nice, well kept, clean and organized room that had a homey atmosphere.
The adjustment period wasn’t easy, but what made it easier for our mother and for us was the dedicated team of nurses and caregivers that enveloped us with love, concern, devotion and caring. Any request, suggestion or problem we had was promptly addressed, even by the administration. The feeling that we were not alone, that we had someone to turn to, someone that would listen and try to help, gave us strength during a difficult time.
Our mother now actively participates in the various activities in the ward and enjoys the events that the highly sensitive social workers at the center organize so well. My mother participates in the choir, in Torah lessons, goes on walks and tours, attends performances at the center, and to our delight has also found a good friend in the ward. We have full faith that the medical staff handles any medical problem with the utmost professionalism and skill.
Since she arrived at the ward, our mother’s medication is controlled and she is under full medical supervision.
Now, after visiting our mother, we leave her feeling at ease and certain that she is in good and devoted hands. We have no doubt that this is the best place for our mother to be.
Esty and Odeda