Resident Testimonials

"I have a place to live, and they love me. They do everything they can to see that I am happy.” ~Hazel Alger (Heartland Assisted Living resident)

“At the hospital they said, ‘You’ll never walk again.’ Hell, I proved ’em wrong,” ~Saatzer (Resident rehabilitated while at Heartland)

“...it’s entirely different. I come and go as I please. They’re agreeable, If there’s something I particularly like to eat, they’ll make it.” ~Margaret Woehst

"I would not want to be anywhere else! The employees and residents are very nice and the meals are delicious... And I can see the Beartooth mountains! Sunrises and sunsets!!" ~Monte Enberg (New Resident)



Activities

Activities:
· Weekly outings to Red Lodge, Laurel, Billings for a trip to Wal-Mart, shopping, and/or a meal at a restaurant
· Trips to Cooney Reservoir, Beartooth Pass, and neighboring communities, such as Red Lodge for shopping and attractions
· Baseball games, museums, and occasionally a trip to the movie theater
· Joliet and Boyd Community Centers for a number of activities including:
  • card games
  • luncheons
  • dinners
  • dances and parties
  • venues that may be brought in
· Scenic drives
· Religious and spiritual services
· In house salon and barber services
· Wii Counsel games such as bowling and gold on a 60 inch flat screen
· Book Clubs
· Board Games
· Card Games
· Holiday and birthday parties
· Arts and crafts
· Special musical performers
· Guest activities leaders
  • elderly exercise programs
  • chefs
  • arts and crafts
  • hair and nails
· Indoor exercise pool (Summer 2013)
· Explore the property accompanied by one of our care givers.

 Keeping our residents active, entertained, and engaged with both their fellow residents and the staff is one of our top priorities. We want to maintain a high level of socialization and interaction. All of our staff takes pride in the relationships we build and strive to make it the most positive living environment as possible! Heartland Assisted Living wants to get to know each and every one of our residents so that we can pick up on when they are having a bad day and need some extra encouragement or so we can share their favorite book or movie with them. We want to hear their stories and memories and help them to cherish these times from their past.

Everyone needs to have the option for socialization in order to maintain a true level of health. Although we will not force a resident to be in the commons areas, we encourage being together as a group and always want our residents to feel as though they are a valued member of our community. We offer many opportunities to interact with others and will be sure that no one ever feels as though they are left out or lonely; our staff members are there not only as care givers, but also companions.