From a current resident that transitioned to assisted living during a surgery procedure: "The service provided to me by all leaders and resident assistants during my assisted living period was "above and beyond", and very much appreciated! Many thanks to all!
Stay by the Day experience: "Our family first heard about the Stay by the Day Program through a friend at Hosanna! church. We went for a tour and we were very impressed by how personable the tour was, the nurse's knowledge of the environment. Everyone was extremely welcoming, open, friendly and the general reception of the place seemed to fit perfectly. My mother is now 99 and has gone for the past three years about three times. She always has something positive to say when she returns from the program. She has attended other programs but really enjoys the staff at The Fountains. Says they are friendly and the food is delicious! The salon was a great plus. She enjoys attending the activities, especially the sing-a-longs and movies. Our family is so thankful we have found a place where not only she is comfortable, but where our mother can go and we know she will be provided the care and attention she needs while we are away. We would highly recommend this program to our friends and family without even thinking twice. It is a wonderful facility with very caring people and staff. As you enter the front door they are immediately warm, welcoming and remember who you are!
Resident letter: The Move: When one moves into a community like The Fountains, you at probably aware that it is going to be your final move and you are moving into a situation that is different from anything you have ever experienced. You have left your old neighborhood, you have left your old friends of 30, 40 or 50 years. You have probably left your family at your old church. Unless you are moving in with your spouse, everyone is a stranger. This is a very dramatic change and it can all happen in one or two days. What keeps it from becoming a traumatic change however is the staff at The Fountains. There is a culture of respect here. There is a culture of genuinely caring for the individual. This includes all the staff, all of the volunteers and all those who do business with The Fountains. With that kind of support and with the support of the other residents, the transition is much easier than I had anticipated. It became a transition that I could handle
Resident Letter: Living at The Fountains is a lot like CHEERS where everyone knows your name and like an ocean cruise with good food and entertainment. As for food, we have a great Chef that w meet with once a month, plenty of suggestions and almost never complaints. Many favorites are considered. It if still doesn't meet your special tastes, there is always an alternate menu. What could be better. Hosanna church is attached to The Fountains. In cold weather, we don't need to even to outside. Everyone is welcome. Devotions are held in the chapel and all faiths are welcome. Entertainment seems endless, Dakota symphony, piano players, singers, birthday parties, volunteers, they are all just great! I would welcome a visit from anyone, come check this place out!
Tour: Thank you for taking the time to make a positive experience for our mom. We are so excited that she is now anxious to move. You are awesome. She will be a resident within a month!
Family: Thank you for your patience and help during my moms transition in The Fountains community. You are very special and we appreciate all you did for our family.
We Would Love to Have You Visit Soon!
9850 163rd St. West Lakeville, MN 55044 Directions
The Fountains at Hosanna! is managed by Ebenezer, Minnesota’s largest senior living operator. Ebenezer is the senior housing division of Fairview Health Services and has 100 years of experience serving older adults.
The Fountains at Hosanna! is owned by Hosanna! Senior Living, LLC, whose focus is on ministry and service to others in all phases of life. The community is managed by Ebenezer Management Services, an experienced provider of residential and health care environments for seniors since 1917.