Heartfelt thanks to the management team and all members of staff for the wonderful care you took of our father during the entire period of his residency in Central Park. He felt part of a large family where genuine warmth, courtesy, compassion, good-humour and companionship were always palpable in pleasant, cordial surroundings. Thanks to everyone for ensuring at all times that our father’s personal and medical needs were catered for sensitively and professionally, for promptly consulting us when the need arose, for making us feel most welcome on our frequent visits and for facilitating us in every way.
Dear Caroline & Bridie
I want to thank you for all the loving care you provided for my mum, Mairin Miller over the last 2 years. You looked after mum with love to preserve her nutrition, her enjoyment of life and you also looked after us when we visited. a huge thank you to all the staff involved in running Central Park.
I have spent the last two weeks in Respite Care at Central Park Nursing Home. I have received the best of care and attention from Management and Staff. I enjoyed my stay here and would recommend the centre to anybody in need of care. May I take this opportunity to thank everybody from the bottom of my heart
Dear Megan & Caroline,
I wanted to write to you on behalf of the Gardiner family and thank you for the tremendous care our mother received while in your care for a month and continued support even after returning home which has always been her wish. She is happy to be finally home but has missed all of you after leaving. You truly embrace the word care in to every aspect of your services, most important and noticeable to me is treating her and every resident with dignity, respect and loving touch that every single human being deserves.
There was and is absolutely nothing more we could ask for. You invited our family in and treated us as if we lived there and were part of your family, offered a room to us when our mother was anxious about being alone, checked on her so often that we had not a single worry when we'd leave, invited us to have dinner with her so that it felt as if she was sitting at home, came to her quickly when we rang the bell no matter what time and each time with a smile on your face and a warm greeting for our mother, opened your kitchen to us 24hrs a day, organized transport for her to visit her home because she just simply wanted to be in her own house. You chef, Frank even came to her with a loaf of your famous currant bread that she loves on the day she was leaving.
Every single member of your staff went above and beyond their call of duty. They couldn't seem to do enough and treated our mother and the other residents as if they were one of their own loved ones. You have not only provided tremendous care while she was there, you helped and continue to help our family with the transition home. It is extremely comforting to be able to have a place to call no matter the hour when we come up against a problem and we have availed of this support many times since her return home. We have never felt more part of a community than we do now, thanks to you and all your staff. A mere thank you doesn't seem enough.
The Gardiner Family
Thanks a million to all of you who have been so kind to me during my 'reprehensive lapse from perfection' during the last wee while. In the full knowledge that I have no trade-in value whatsoever it has been a comfort to sink into the glooming doom knowing that you've been there for me. I'm most grateful to you all, really and truly. If you should see a wizened old man trudging around Dunmore have a friendly word with him - it might be me! Thank you Maria for letting me exercise my vocal chords in your evangelical vocal sessions. It was fun (or should that be fantasy?). Alright don't go overboard - I might be back! I think the answer is in that you are a reliable team and I am a heartfelt beneficiary so once again I say thanks a million. Psst! Sorry I didn't have a blank cheque on which to write to you! L.B.
Sincerely yours, Lew Beckett
To Caroline, Stella and all the Staff at Central Park Nursing Home
We would like to express our sincere appreciation for all your exceptional care and kindness shown to our mother during the past nine years. It was such a comfort to us to know that Mam received such loving care from wonderful staff. Many thanks for the many cups of tea and lovely home made brack which Mam enjoyed from the ever caring kitchen staff - a real home from home. Mam almost reached her 100th yeah but unfortunately it was not meant to be. We will always remember the exceptional kindness shown to us during her last days in Central Park.
Dear Caroline, Stella and the staff,
Thank you all so much for the wonderful care you gave to our Dad over the past few years. We could not have wished for a better place or more caring and professional staff. We are forever grateful. Warmest regards,
Mary (Ellen) & Seamus and Family
"My late father, Mark Flanagan, spent the last years of his life in Central Park Nursing Home. While there, we witnessed at first hand the great love, respect, care, and attention given to him by all the staff. It truly was a 'home from home' for him and we are forever in the debt of Caroline and her wonderful team."
My mother was here, she was only here for a week and passed away in October 2011.
My Uncle is now residing here. My only regret is that we didn't let my mother live here sooner as she would have enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
Dear Caroline, Stella and all the staff in Central Park,
We want to thank you all so much for all your kindness, support and care to Dad and ourselves the past few months – ye made us all feel so much at home – it made things so much easier for us all at a tough time. Best Wishes – we will miss you all.
Al & Family
Sincere thanks to Caroline, Stella, Management and the many many others for all the kindness consideration shown to our mother. We wish you the very best in your beautiful establishment and many happy years caring for the aged and infirm. Go raibh mile maith agaibh go leir.
The Corcoran Family
To the Owners and Staff of Central Park Nursing Home
On behalf of my family in America and Ireland, I would like to acknowledge the outstanding care and love that you extended to our mother while a resident of your warm and caring facility. We visited my mother several times during her two years stay at Central Park Nursing. We were always greeted as family and offered a cup of tea or coffee, no matter the hour or time of day. This reception was the same for all ten of Mom's children, grandchildren and extended family. Our mother's final years were filled with loving care, physical comfort and respect. We gratefully thank you for the care that you gave our mother and the many acts of kindness that you expressed to all of us who loved her.
God bless you all,
The Higgins Family
To Caroline, Tommy, Megan and Family
Thank you for allowing us to use your fabulous facilities at Central Park Nursing Home on the occasion of Granny's 90th Birthday. A wonderful day was had by all. Best Wishes & Kindest Regards,
The O'Reilly Family
To the staff of Central Park Nursing Home,
We would like to acknowledge to all of you for the outstanding care and love that gave to our mother. Her final years were filled with love and comfort by all of you. Again, thank you and may God bless you. You people are a credit to the nursing field.
Thank you. Love Always,
To All the Staff,
Thank you so much for taking such great care of JP. Wishing you all the best in the future.
Pat & Irene
To all the staff of Central Park Nursing Home,
Thanks so much to everyone for the past 5 years, especially the residents and staff! You're a great bunch of people.
All the best,
We the sisters of the late Henry Joe would like to thank you all most sincerely for all the care & kindness you showed him during his time in your nursing home. We are eternally grateful to you all and would like you to accept the enclosed token of appreciation.
Margaret & Kathleen
Wow Caroline you should be proud!!! I wouldn't even recognize the place! I heard you were expanding good for you. My kids and I have fond memories of visiting granny there. You and your staff took wonderful care of her. I have to tell you my daughter Nicole wants to be a nurse and is heading off to college in September and had to write an essay about why she wanted to become one and she wrote part of the essay on her Granny Pop as she called her being in such a nice place and that she wanted to be one of those kind people that took care of her Granny and how the nurses were so nice to her Granny and gave her jobs to do so she would feel at home! She came up with this essay idea all by herself and of course we past it onto the family and there wasn't a dry eye!! Congrats and continued success you and your staff are doing a great job keeping our elderly people safe and happy. All the best to you all in 2013!