Thank you for the wonderful picnic Tuesday. The food was delicious! We met new families. It was a lovely experience. Thank you for the blessing before the meal. That was a wonderful touch. Page is very content at Coral Springs. We are appreciative of all the care she receives.
Robert, Angela, and Amanda,
Thank you for the beautiful gift of the tree azalea. It will be a lovely remembrance of her.
And special thanks for the loving care you have provided her over the past two years. We feel very blessed that she was able to spend her last years in such a loving, caring home.
To the Staff of Sweet Bye N Bye,
Our families just wanted to express our appreciation and thankfulness for the love and the incredible care you gave our dearly loved Philip the last week of his life at your care facility.
Even though he was only there for one short week, you loved and cared for him as if you had known him for years. You maintained his dignity through his last long days. We thank you for that.
We have told so many people of the excellent care we received from you all. Thank you for making a difficult time more bearable by your kind spirit.
Debbie & Terry Beilke
I wanted to say "thank you" for the care you gave to my sister, Nina Long, for the brief time she was in your facility. I was pleasantly surprised when I visited the facility. It was clean, nicely decorated, and seemed like "home" instead of a senior care facility. I was impressed with the staff and the personal one-on-one personal experience they gave. I was impressed that the owners would stop by and introduce themselves and let Nina know whatever she needed, they would provide it for her.
I know this is a daily experience for you, but for the loved ones, it is a new and very difficult emotional time. I was comfortable leaving Nina in your care knowing you would provide the best possible care for her.
Thank you for taking care of Nina. It means a lot to her family knowing you provided the best care possible.
Dear Sir or Madam,
No doubt, you are at the point of needing to make some tough decisions, or you wouldn't be reading this letter. I also came to a crossroad and faced the same decisions for my elderly mother. She had so many medical needs, I was concerned that I would never find appropriate placement for her. She lived with my husband and I for 6 years, and I am a retired R.N. That, of course, made me very picky.
I heard about Sweet Bye N Bye, Coral Springs, from two people I trusted to help me with my search. Upon entering the building, I felt this sense of peace that I didn't think possible. Not only was it clean and pretty, it smelled good too! The staff was friendly and helpful. The residents were clean and looked happy, staff was interacting with them with love, compassion, respect, and light hearted fun. They were sitting at tables with amazing looking food. I thought, I could live here!
When I met Heather, the administrator, I was even more impressed. She listened to every word I said. She showed genuine care and empathy for what I was going through. She encouraged me to let them be mom's caregivers and let me return to being mom's daughter. What a breath of fresh air! I spoke with some of the residents and they were happy and content. What more did I need!
The caregivers were amazing. They fell in love with my mom and my mom fell in love with them! They gave her really good care and were always loving and kind with her. Because of mom's medical needs, we had a few group training sessions. I was impressed they took the time to attend these sessions and learn about mom's specific needs and my specific requests.
Though mom passed away seven weeks later, she was well loved and cared for. Every attempt was made to keep her clean, warm, dry, safe, entertained, and happy. Her last few hours were quiet and pain free. Family was present and love filled the room.
I do want to let you know, we had one problem with phone response (answering calls). That problem was corrected the very day it happened! Heather handled the problem quickly and it was handled that very day. She listened, she responded, and she rectified.
Coral Springs was my answer to prayer. I hope it will be the same for you and your family member.
The Sweet Bye N Bye is owned and operated by Robert and Angela Estrada RN, BSN. They have a combined 45 years of RN experience and over 20 years of combined experience owning/operating adult foster homes and residential care facilities. Their goal is to provide excellent care in an intimate setting where residents will feel like part of a family.
At The Sweet Bye N Bye, your loved one will be treated with dignity and respect allowing them to retain their individuality and independence while receiving all the care they require at a fraction of the price of the larger facilities.