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Judson Palmer Home

 

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

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

Testimonials

Thank you

The family of the recently deceased Margaret B. Boland wished to extend a sincere and heartfelt "thank you" to administrator, Becky Rademacher, and the entire staff of the Judson Palmer Home for their excellent and professional nursing care; as well as the abundance of TLC given to our loved one during the time of her residency. Our deepest appreciation and gratitude to each and every one of them will be forever etched in our hearts. The Judson Palmer home is a gem in the midst of Findlay. We will always be loyal and supportive advocates of this wonderful facility.

Fondly, Patricia Boland & family


It is a nice homey place to live. It is like we're a bunch of sisters. It's real life.

Margaret Wyatt


I've lived here almost 8 years and I love it! The care givers are polite and they will go the extra mile for you. And Becky, our administrator, is a kind and caring person and I am very fond of her!

Ina Simmons
current resident


I am truly completely happy here. Our caregivers are wonderful! I'd rather be at the Palmer Home than any where else!

Oletha Dysinger
current resident


"When action meets compassion, lives change." – Dave Ramsey

Twenty years ago, our family faced a difficult decision. Our mother Janette was ready to begin a new chapter in her life and needed a new home. Janette didn't require the intensive care of a nursing home, and she didn't like the idea of feeling "trapped" in their care. In our search we discovered the Judson Palmer Home, and we could not have been more blessed tot have been led there.

We were delighted to find that Janette felt at home right away. Instead of feeling like a patient, client, or guest, she felt like a part of a family at the Judson Palmer Home. She was able to be as involved as she liked in the daily activities at the home. As a mother and wife who had taken care of others for the better part of sixty years, Janette finally got the pampering she deserved. Her hair was styled weekly, her nails were manicured, she finally had the time and energy to worship every Sunday morning, and she literally got to stop and smell the roses. There were always plenty of friends for her to visit with, a variety of thoughtfully-planned activities, and many ways to keep her mind and body engaged.

As Janette's health declined, the role of the Judson Palmer Home's staff became more important in her and our day-to-day lives. There was never a time we couldn't call to check on her or have her condition explained. Even better, those caring for her were the same ;people who had been caring for her when she had been first admitted, Not only was the staff of the Judson Palmer Home not strangers, they had become a part of our extended family. They invested in Janette's health as we were. They worried with us, celebrated with us, prayed with us, and cried with us. To say that the staff was "there for us" would be an understatement. Perhaps it would be better to say there were there with us, every step of the way.

In short, the Judson Palmer Home has earned our highest recommendation for care, action, and compassion. Our family can rest easy knowing our mother's final twenty years were spent in leisure, ease, and happiness. We know we provided the very best for the very best.

Sincerely,

Bruce Smith on behalf of the Smith Family
Son of Janette, Smith, former resident of the Judson Palmer Home.


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
             66 years of Excellence
                      1950-2016

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