Telephone: 419-422-9656 | email: JudsonPalmerHome@midohio.twcbc.com

Judson Palmer Home

 

Assisted Living for women.....As it should be!

A residential Care Facility for Mature Women, Regardless of Financial Means

Residence for Life

"Residence for Life" holds a double meaning for residents of the Judson Palmer Home.


First, the Judson Palmer home provides a supportive and life-enriching experience for mature women through a caring staff, social activities, lovely grounds, and companionship.


Second, when a lady becomes a member of the Judson Palmer family, she will not only be cared for now but for the rest of her life, regardless of her financial means.


We will always take care of her medical expenses, prescription drugs, nursing home care, funeral expenses, as well as her personal need items. We also provide little amenities such as air conditioning and cablevision in each room.


The Judson Palmer Home is a licensed residential care facility. It is a residence home for women of Hancock County age 65 years and better. The home is funded by a private trust created by Judson and Katherine Palmer and is governed by a Board of Trustees.


Judson Palmer Home was listed #1 assisted living in Findlay Ohio for residents' satisfaction, and we have been listed # 8 in the entire State of Ohio for residents' satisfaction survey by the state of Ohio. And, on November of 2014, it received a deficit-free survey from a team of inspectors from the Ohio Department of Health.


Please call (419) 422-9656 to make an appointment to visit the Judson Palmer Home and experience our truly unique tradition of warmth and friendship.


The Judson Palmer Home
2911 North Main Street
Findlay, Ohio 45840


(419) 422-9656


JudsonPalmerHome@midohio.twcbc.com


Our History

The Judson Palmer Home is the creation of a truly unique Findlay couple, Judson and Katherine Palmer. The Judson Palmer Home, created from their estates, has been serving Findlay and Hancock County since 1950.judson-palmer

The trust was established in 1939 after Katherine's death. Just before the beginning of World War II, the first community board of directors was formed to build and operate the home.

The war delayed the start of construction on the building, but by 1950, the facility opened its doors to the first residents.

katherine-palmerThe facility seeks no funding from the community.

The Palmers are claimed as true visionary people since their generation had no concept of assisted living.

Judson Palmer was involved in the grocery business and a flour mill operation. He also served as president of the Farmers' Bank for a time. He died in 1916.

                             

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             Judson Palmer Home
                       Providing
             64 years of Excellence
                      1950-2014

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