On April 19, 2019, Rolling Fields announced its new status as a not-for-profit organization! Read more about this exciting next step and opportunity to continue pursuing our mission in new ways.
A meaningful life is a matter of choices.
Living at your own pace is the cornerstone for a happy life. At Rolling Fields you have the freedom to be as relaxed or as active as you choose to be. Our philosophy of care puts the wants and needs of the Elder at the center of every decision. We make it our daily mission to make this home a place where no one is lonely, helpless or bored.
Rolling Fields has been nationally recognized for its innovations in 24 hour dining. Here, there is no set dining schedule. Elders are free to order from a full restaurant style menu 24 hours per day. Elders wake at their leisure and do not worry that they have missed breakfast. When ready to dine, Elders enjoy made-to-order, delicious food of their choosing via room service or in our Kallimos Café.
Animals and children add variety and spontaneity to our home. They also nurture the need for people to both give and receive care. Companion pets are welcomed to move in with their owners and live happy and enriching lives side-by-side. This is important to us because we respect the bond and the personal well-being that can be nurtured by keeping your pet in your life when you need more care. The on-site daycare and summer camp kids bring youthful enthusiasm into our home. They enhance our activities and provide an opportunity to care for and share wisdom with a young person.
Rolling Fields is innovative when it comes to specialized dementia care. We are the first home in Crawford County to become Music & Memory® Certified. This is an exciting program that brings listener-specific music via iPods and headphones to those with cognitive impairments. The program has been a revelation and the care partners have witnessed how it helps Elders cope with the difficulties of Dementia, rehabilitative therapy and the overall quality of their lives.
We have been a part of the Conneautville, PA community for over 35 years. In March of 2018, Rolling Fields was acquired by Heritage Ministries. Founded as the Orphanage and Homes of the Free Methodist Church in 1886, Heritage Ministries is a not-for-profit provider of senior care and housing for elders. With six locations in Western New York, Heritage is the largest provider of rehab and skilled nursing in nearby Chautauqua County. Heritage also has locations in Seattle, WA and Woodstock, IL.
President and CEO, David Smeltzer, stated: “We are excited about the opportunity to continue the great legacy of Duane and Marlene Braham and their family who dedicated their lives to providing the highest quality of care and services to elders in Conneautville and the surrounding communities. It is their focus on providing person-centered care with a commitment to excellence that attracted Heritage to this acquisition. We are grateful to Kim Braham-Moody and her family for trusting Heritage with their legacy. Heritage is committed to providing the very best care to the elders, children, their families, and the community. We are also committed to the great group of care-partners (employees) who work at Rolling Fields, and we welcome them to the Heritage family. ”
We welcome those who desire a home full of life, choices and meaningful relationships to come for a tour and see for yourself how different it can be at at Rolling Fields
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9108 State Highway 198 | Conneautville, PA 16406 | 814.587.2012