I have lived at Granite City Nursing and Rehabilitation for six years now.  One of the things I like best about living here is the “homey” atmosphere.  Since I am unable to live independently in my apartment any longer, this is the next best thing.  I’ve made so many friends with both the staff and the other residents.  It’s easy for me to call it “Home”.

Delores Wyatt
Granite Nursing and Rehab resident

I have been here at Granite Nursing & Rehab for 3 years.  I had several health problems, required surgery and had difficulty walking.  The staff has been very good to me and I’ve made many friends with a lot of the residents and staff.  I often try to introduce new staff and residents to each other.  There is quite a few of us and sometimes it can be over whelming.  I stay active with the activity department doing things like music, bingo, church services, women’s nail shop and all kinds of stuff.  They have a beauty shop available for us too.  It’s a very good place if you can’t be home.

Diana Dietz
Granite Nursing and Rehab resident

I was in the hospital for 2 weeks and became really weak.  Before I could return home safely I needed some therapy.  My wife had suffered from Alzheimer’s disease and required placement here for 5 years.  I have seen many good changes here over time and even more in the last 3 years.  They quickly handle any concerns you may have.  There is a home-like atmosphere with the residents and staff.  I’m currently making great progress with therapy and should be able to return home in a couple weeks.  If someone asked me where to go to get good therapy, I would have to say Granite Nursing & Rehab.

Mitchell Elmore,
Granite Nursing and Rehab resident