Little Flower Manor
Owned and operated by the Diocese of Scranton and staffed by the Carmelite Sisters, Little Flower Manor is the provider of choice for quality, skilled care for both short term and long-term care residents. Little Flower Manor, located in a quiet Wilkes-Barre neighborhood. It is a 133 bed skilled nursing facility with 71 private rooms.
St. Therese Residence
Also owned and operated by the Diocese of Scranton and staffed by the Carmelite Sisters, St. Therese Residence, located on the Little Flower Manor campus, is a 60-bed personal care facility. Consisting of studio or one-bedroom apartments, St. Therese Residence is tailored for those residents who still maintain a certain level of independence, but may need some assistance with activities of daily living.
St. Therese is a warm and friendly living community offering the finest personal care accommodations and services in a secure neighborhood.
Our many services and amenities include restaurant-style dining, a full slate of social, educational, and recreational activities, friendly and skilled 24-hour staff, full-service beauty salon and barber shop, large activity area with a library, wireless Internet, outings, transportation, laundry, and housekeeping. Whispering Hope is a specialized memory impairment program located at St. Therese Residence and provides a compassionate, caring and secure home-like setting for those with Alzheimer’s disease, memory loss and other related dementia. We recognize the value in education and provide our staff special training in Alzheimer’s\Dementia through the National Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners. This program promotes excellence in dementia and Alzheimer’s disease education to individuals who provide services to dementia residents and families. Below are our most recent classes:
May 2, 2015 class for the NCCDP, Certified Dementia Training
From left to Right:
Roselene Jules, Elizabeth Dorris, Jessica Montigney, Michelle Leco, Mark Blessing RN, CDP, CADDCT, Bernadine Brown, Tonya Cline, Kim Schneider, Absent from picture Ruth Appel.
May 23, 2015 class for NCCDP training
Pictured above are: Eydie Murphy, Tammy Leibman, Mekela Lovell, Ashley Love , William Lamoreux, Irene Kremitske, Ebel Amancio, Lora Olowiany, Joyce Johnson, Sandra Parada, Donna Rembish-Hontz, Nicole Domzalski, Laura Nagy, Robin Jones and Annette Dixon
Both Little Flower Manor and St. Therese Residence are places where the personal value and dignity of each resident is individually respected. Please feel free to call us at 570-823-6131 for more information or to arrange a tour.