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Lynn Sanders
Attended Northeast Lauderdale High / Meridian, MS
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Lynnette Goffrier Sanders
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My mother'n law has been in the care of the wonderful staff at Whitesburg Gardens for the past two weeks. From day one I have been impressed and amazed at the level of care she has received. Mary is 90 years old and in very good health. Up until her fall, on November 7, 2013, she and her 93 year old husband had been living in their home with the help of a care giver who was with them during the day. ( 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. ) On the evening of Nov. 7th Mary fell and broke her pelvis. Her GP doctor put her on pain meds and sent her home. We arranged for 24/7 care for her at home, but within a week after her fall she became listless and stopped eating, sleeping and dehydration was setting in. An ambulance ride to Crestwood Hospital ER was arranged & she was admitted for 3 days/nights of intensive care to bring her pain under control & getting her back to eating and sleeping normally again. The admitting Dr. recommended The Kindred Transitional Care & Rehabilitation Center quite highly. From the first moment I walked into Whitesburg Gardens until this evening, two weeks later, I have felt completely at peace with our decision to have Mary under the care of the caring folks at this rehabilitation facility. The atmosphere is so positive, and the entire staff works together as a team so completely, that any worry I might have had when Mary was placed in this rehab center has completely vanished. I've observed a delightful group of caring people who are truly committed to the rehabilitation & attaining the goal of giving their patients their lives back, no matter what age or disability they have upon their admittance to the facility. During the course of these past two weeks at Whitesburg Gardens, I have had an education in true compassion, a deliciously keen sense of humor expressed by the majority of the staff and a depth of dignity shown to the men and women who are going through a positive rehabilitation while on their journey back to living the lives they want to live. Kudos all around! I wish to express my sincere thanks to everyone who works at Whitesburg Gardens. Lynn Sanders
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