In establishing and maintaining Little Flower Manor and Saint Therese Residence, the Bishop and the clergy and lay faithful of the Diocese of Scranton see the need for facilities that provide an environment where older adults will receive the spiritual, physical, and emotional care they need for their total well-being. The Manor and the Residence are seen as places of respite and true comfort where residents and their families know that they are respected and cared for because they are children of God and worthy of His love and ours.
Quality – We work to develop a focus on continuous quality and performance improvement through assessment and measurement so that we may improve efficiency, effectiveness and safety.
Respect – We honor the individuality of all people treating them with dignity and compassion, recognizing their live experiences, contributions and personal needs.
Compassion – We care in ways that bring comfort and love to those in need based on gospel values and the teachings of the Catholic Church.
Dignity – We treat every person as a child of God.
Faith – We are guided and inspired by our Roman Catholic tradition, seeking to build relationships within the Diocese while honoring the spiritual journeys of all people and all faiths.
Courage – We demonstrate the strength of conviction by putting our faith and moral principals into practice; we make the difficult decisions.
Hospitality – We create a place to live and work that is welcoming and safe; it is characterized by the spirit of generosity.
Leadership – We encourage and support the growth and development of our Board and staff. We are called to excellence in service. We embrace our heritage and as leaders will approach the future with faith, vision and creativity.
Justice – We seek to be fair and just in our care and treatment of others.