Our Story at Christ The King Manor

Christ the King Manor is the future of senior care. You and your loved ones are like family here at Christ the King Manor as we offer warmth, comfort, security and compassion to those seeking long term care.

 

Situated on over 120 acres of beautiful countryside land, Christ the King Manor Nursing Home opened its doors to the first resident in 1971. Since that time, Christ the King Manor has grown into a Continuum of Care Retirement Community that offers a wide range of services to the elders of our community.

 

Whether you are interested in skilled nursing care, in-home services, personal care, memory support/specialized Alzheimer’s care, or independent living, Christ The King Manor has the qualified staff, services, and facilities that you need. We are constantly growing, improving, and striving to find new ways to improve the lives of seniors.

 

Progressive healthcare at Christ the King Manor is more than a promise – it is our commitment. We are keenly interested in the medical, physical, mental, spiritual and social well-being of your loved ones. Our faith-based services provided by our dedicated staff offer the finest health care in the area along with all the comforts of home. We welcome all beliefs and cultures, too.

For over 50 years, Christ the King Manor has proudly served the DuBois area. Whether your needs are large or small, Christ the King Manor has the services you need when you need them.

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Mission Statement

Christ the King Manor's mission is to provide a continuum of care through the healing mission of Jesus Christ, empowering those we serve to live full and dignified lives.

We are inspired by faith, we are committed to caring, and we offer warmth and comfort to your loved ones.

Gratitude

The word “gratitude” is defined as the quality of being thankful: readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness.  No other word resonates as strongly with me as I think back over 2021 as we celebrate the holiday season.  I’m extremely grateful for the dedication of our Staff and Administration and to our entire Board of Directors, each one doing their part and Making Good Happen.  As an organization, we are enormously thankful for the dedication and selfless efforts made to keep our residents safe during a very difficult time.  We have so much to be thankful for, that even in the toughest times, it is hard not to be grateful.  A grateful heart opens us up to possibilities and opportunities that come from those that care. 

 

As we rebound and anticipate the future, as uncertain as it is, we recognize things are not the same as they once were.  We have changed. As the Beatles song goes, “Some forever, not for better, some have gone, and some remain.” However, looking back and assessing the changes we implemented during the pandemic, we are proud of the changes we made, some out of necessity, others out of our constant motivation to serve our residents.   

 

As we enter the season where GRATITUDE is something we all should have in our hearts as the coming of Christ is the most important gift any of us will ever receive. As Board Chair, I speak for everyone on the Board of Directors when we say we are so grateful for all of our Staff, Administration and residents.  Your dedication to provide quality care to those in need, even risking your own health, is true gratitude for those you care for, and we recognize your dedication and applaud you for your compassion and unselfish giving in a truly difficult time.  May God Bless all of you and your families in this season of GRATITUDE.

 

Ray Donati

Board Chair