Welcome Home Assisted Living
633 Medical Drive
Bountiful, UT, 84010
My 98 year old mother has been a resident at Welcome Home Assisted Living in Davis County Bountiful Utah for 3 1/2 to 4 years. I feel compelled to give a big "Thank You' to Bruce Morrison and his great staff. They are wonderful, and treat my mom like their own grandmother. I can't say enough about how I feel so blessed to have my mother in such a nice, warm environment...and the food is great too! Thanks again.
- Kathryn P.
As I was leaving the Lakeview Hospital after having double pneumonia, I was pleased my daughter arranged for me to enter "Welcome Home" to get well. I had excellent care, good meals, all the rooms were very clean and I had lots of rest...it couldn't have been better! I learned to love all the residents and I appreciated the many challenges they each were facing. The main blessing I learned was that "Welcome Home" was a very SACRED PLACE.....an experience we all need to enjoy! I am now better and back at home, but I still go over to Welcome Home Assisted Living in Bountiful Utah and eat lunches a couple of times a week with the other residence (they have me pay a small fee for the food). The food is awesome, the atmosphere is wonderful, the owners are spectacular!
- Beverly M.
Welcome Home Assisted Living, like other Bountiful Assisted Living communities, also offers a unique program called Short-Stay Respite. Your loved one might want to take advantage of this option for several reasons.
If you are living on your own or with family, you can also choose to spend the day with us by participating in our structured Senior Day Care program.
Bountiful Assisted Living offers a wide range of amenities to help our residents' level of functioning improve. When our residents feel better, they have greater independence and can enjoy life more fully.
We offer a wide range of services on an as-needed basis. We will assist our residents as much or as little as they desire.
Let Us Care For Your Loved Ones
As we get older, many of us naturally need a helping hand - perhaps someone to help us get ready for the day, help manage our medications or prepare special meals to fit our unique dietary needs. Sometimes that bit of extra help is all we need to continue living safely on our own.