Rest Haven – York was recommended to our family from my mother’s neurologist. So glad we chose this home. Not only are they wonderful and caring to my mother, but also with all of their residents. Our family appreciates all the nurses and entire staff for their hard work and dedication. You are part of our family.

Rose H.

Most wonderful caring people I've ever met. They took great care of my grandmother. Every single person who cared for her showed compassion and a wonderful commitment to each and every patient. My grandmother passed away while at Rest Haven with dignity and grace. I will always be thankful for the people who work at Rest Haven.” –Kelly K., via Facebook

Kelly K.
With conscientiousness, competence, but mostly love, you made my mother’s stay comfortable and care free.”
Connie T.

I have heard and do understand how other nursing homes just aren’t living up to some patients’ families’ expectations. […] As for myself, of the last two years and nine months while Bob lived at Rest Haven, I can’t say enough good things about what Bob and I shared and witnessed. The nurturing, caring and concern, and life enhancement Bob and I both received at Rest Haven exceeded our expectations.

At every juncture during Bob’s dying process, we were supported and cared for unbelievably well.

In the two years and nine months that Bob lived at Rest Haven, he and I enjoyed a quality of life to a degree that all too few ever experience. We enjoyed our life together. Because my caregiving burdens were done for Bob by the staff, I was free to do little special things for him and with him. I really enjoyed peace of mind.

I need to thank anyone and everyone who worked so hard to meet our needs. You nurtured us. Your care, concern, and life enhancement were always appreciated. You brought us laughter when we needed to laugh. You gave us comfort when we were sad. Your honesty kept us on track. Your quality of life as you shared it with us is a gift we cannot repay. So now I am speaking for both Bob and myself: Do we have any regrets? No, not one.

Dorothy M.