For almost 25 years, Ida Williams lived happily at Neill Apartments in St. Paul, Minnesota. But after suffering a stroke, she needed assistance with meals, dressing and getting in and out of bed. Her son, Gary, was regretfully making plans for her to move to a nursing home when he learned that Accessible Space was providing 24-hour services to other residents at Neill. "ASI," he says, "came to the rescue."
That was a relief to me, she says.
On January 10, 2012, Ida celebrated her 100th birthday. Life is still full. Friends stop by to visit. She attends church faithfully and remains dedicated to the Minnesota Twins. But if she’s ever in need, assistance is minutes away. "All I’ve got to do is call the office, and they’ll run right down."
For her son, that means peace of mind, tremendous cost savings and gratitude for the community his mother enjoys in her home.