Warm, caring and highly trained, our staff members are committed to excellence
We believe that there is always something we can do to help our residents maintain optimum health and independence. Nothing is more important to us than the physical well-being of the people within our care. Wildflower Court is a safe and secure place to live.
This is truly the Golden Rule in practice every day, all day. Wildflower Court personnel -from management to maintenance- interact, assist and take part in the lives of every resident. Our services go beyond simple care-taking to genuine friendship and concern.
Licensed practical nurses, registered nurses and certified nursing assistants work with physicians and families to ensure the highest possible level of function and self-direction for each resident.
We believe everyone deserves to enjoy life to the fullest. Our goal is to enhance the freedom, privacy and dignity of each resident.
We understand the importance of a kind word, a gentle touch and the healing power of laughter.
“One of the residents saw a big white limo and said she wanted to go for a ride in it. We first checked with her family to make sure she had the money. So she invites two of her friends and soon a big white limo pulls up in front of the building. Off we all go to McDonald’s, got some food and then to the Mendenhall Glacier. Sitting in the limo, having lunch with a view of the glacier, we all felt so sophisticated. She sat there with an ear-to-ear grin.”
Stories From Wildflower Court
Helping people recover from serious illnesses or accidents is a big part of what we do.
Keeping a positive attitude, so important to recovery, is aided by the cheerful, well-lighted surroundings of Wildflower Court .
Our therapists are trained in the latest rehabilitation techniques, and specialists schedule regular visits.
Whether we are helping residents regain their former independence, improving their capabilities, or making their stay as comfortable as possible, we remain focused on returning people to their homes and lives with as complete a recovery as possible.
Regular activities include art classes, readings of poetry and literature, sing-alongs, gardening, exercise routines, care of pets, visits by community groups, field trips, and celebrations of birthdays and holidays.