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Liberty Dreams: real connections empower meaningful moments

We are inspired by the life stories of each resident. Presbyterian Homes & Services (PHS) employees routinely say that the best part of their job is the relationships that form with residents and uncovering their rich histories. Liberty Dreams are the result of these conversations. They allow us to share in inspirational stories and shift beyond daily routines to give each person an opportunity to live out their dreams.

The PHS mission is to honor God by enriching the lives and touching the hearts of older adults. But how can we enrich lives and touch hearts when each person that we serve is beautifully unique? We listen for the answer by getting to know and understand each resident’s skills, interests and dreams, then find a way to reignite that passion.

Inspiration can come from anywhere and result in any number of activities. A former musician had the opportunity to go backstage and meet her favorite rock legend. A retired librarian had the privilege of reading to children at the public library. A proud mother saw her talented daughter perform in the Community Theater. A folk violinist was joined by his musical idol to play together on his 100th birthday. These are just a few of the many Liberty Dreams that have come true for PHS residents with the help of employees. 

Read about PHS residents living their dreams:













Runnin' Down a [Liberty] Dream














[Liberty] Dreams come true for Johanna Shores resident


  





 





Grace, Gratitude, and surprise 


             











Well played, Mr. Johnson

Liberty Dreams are a part of Liberty Personally Designed Living™, our resident-centered approach to care. Liberty aims to uphold how each resident wishes to live within the community setting, recognizing the importance of independent choices in living well.  

You can make a difference in the life of a PHS resident, and you just might find that your life is changed, too. 

Have a Liberty Dream idea? Contact us.

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