My son, Lee, has resided under the care of Roy and Ruby Dias and their team since he was 19, after leaving residential school; he is now almost 43 years old.
From the very beginning I have felt that Lee has been cared for and loved in a family atmosphere. There are, and never have been, any restrictions on visiting Lee, we are able to turn up to Lee’s home without making any sort of arrangements and we have always been welcomed by the staff.
The home is always clean and tidy and the staff have always been obliging and helpful, especially recently when Lee has been poorly and has been hospitalized. Many of the staff have gone out of their way to visit Lee in hospital to ensure he was well looked after. Lee has always had the benefit of home cooked meals and we have always been offered refreshments during our visits.
Every time I have taken Lee out for the day he always seems very happy to be taken back home, which I believe is a testament to the care and love he receives from every member of the staff.
When you leave a member of your family in the care of others it is an extremely hard things to do but in the years that Lee has been in the care of Roy and Ruby’s team I can honestly say that I have had no worries about his care.
I live in Australia now but with the help of the staff I am able to see Lee and talk to him Via Skype. I am so happy that Lee is in their care.