In June it will be one year of my stay here. It has become much easier for me because I have had hip replacement surgery since then. All the staff in Agape have helped me tremendously to get back on my feet as soon as I could. I am absolutely delighted with everyone and the food too.
I love everything here. I never feel like I am in a nursing home. It’s as clean as clean as clean can be. The place is beautiful, and I couldn’t be happier with the food. I even admit that I have put on some weight, how good it is. I also get the medical care I need. But, one of the key reasons why I chose this rest home is because there is an elevator to get me round!
I am so positively surprised. This is my first time living in this neighborhood and everything immediately came to my liking: the grounds, the garden, the communal spaces, the rooms … My room offers the most lovely view. I am so happy here.
I am satisfied with the nurses, with the location, with the food … The garden is gorgeous! I spend every moment I can to gout out into it, but like to watch TV when the weather is bad.
What’s most important for me is that I am surprised how fast my rehabilitation went since I came here.
Nursing Home Agape has a wonderful, symbolic name which brings us back through the history of Christianity. It’s a home full of peace and quiet that fills one’s life with a sense of joy and purpose, as much as one is able to find it. For me, it is in books, educational TV shows, and classic music concerts that I have the opportunity to enjoy over the screen. I am reminded of the thoughts of great writers: Andric once noted that old age and becoming older consumes one. As much as there is truth in these words, one still finds their own purpose in their golden years as well. The little niche I have carved for myself I have decorated with a cornucopia of flowers, which makes it especially appealing and dear to me.