Caring for the Needs of Seniors.
At Evening’s Porch, we understand that the loss of independence can sometimes be a powerful blow. The decision to transition to assisted living can be difficult for individuals and families. We also know that life in assisted living can be happy and fulfilling, and we work diligently to make sure our residents have every opportunity to enjoy a home-like atmosphere where they feel nurtured and respected.
In fact, our founder, Lee McCutchen, experienced life in an assisted living first hand after surviving a major car accident. This experience helped shape every aspect of life at Evening’s Porch. You can read Lee’s story by clicking here.
We are committed to hiring the best quality staff, and we treat them well. We know that by paying a living wage, providing regular training, and offering opportunity for advancement, our staff retention is much higher than many other facilities. And when caregivers are consistent, residents feel more comfortable and confident in their surroundings.
An approach based on personal experience
Read Lee McCutchen’s inspiring story and his journey of recovery here at Evening’s Porch after a head-on collision.