Casa de Mañana resident Ed McQuiston and his wife, Bonnie, lived independently (without health services) in the Casa Norte building for eight years. In 2020, changes to Bonnie’s health prompted the couple to move to an accommodation in the nearby Casa Loma building where assisted living services are provided for residents who need regular unscheduled
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Wally and Priscilla Norum moved to Sunny View nearly 10 years ago, when Wally was 90. They had made a deposit at another local community, but decided that Sunny View just felt like home. “We felt very comfortable, like we belonged,” Wally said. “Other places just felt like hotels.” Part of what precipitated their move
When Joyce Kessler was making the move to a retirement community, it was not an instant process. After visiting five different communities, she found that something important to her was lacking in each one. But when she decided to take a look at Walnut Village upon the recommendation of a friend, everything changed. “From the