A Welcoming, Faith-Based Community That Supports Healthy Living And Quality Of Life.
Pleasantview a non-profit organization
Pleasantview Core Values
Akiva David Miller
January 18, 2023.
My siblings and I are grateful to the great staff at Pleasantview. From the first walk through with our parents a year and a half ago, through our parents move from their own home in Oregon into a Pleasantview cottage until now we have been impressed with the wonderful warmth and genuine attitude of service so evident among the Pleasantview staff. Since my own move back home to Kalona this past summer I have visited with my parents often and joined them at regular Pleasantview events like the weekly ice cream social and the wonderful fundraising auction for Pleasantview held at Hillcrest. In each case the staff have gone out of their way to create a warm and homey atmosphere. I’ve also had the privilege of observing the day-to-day assistance of the staff such as changing a lightbulb in my parents’ cottage, relighting their furnace, mowing their lawn and clearing the snow from their walkway, driveway and patio. Whether it’s the prompt and friendly ministrations of a maintenance man, the delivery of meals to the door, the easy availability of a regularly visiting podiatrist, the monthly cottage group dinners or the weekly ice cream social the staff of Pleasantview whom I’ve observed are unfailingly warm, kind and attentive to the residents. My siblings and I couldn’t be happier that my parents have found a warm, loving and safe home community at Pleasantview in Kalona.
August 5, 2022.
Comfortable, clean, caring staff,
June 27, 2019.
February 17, 2018.
February 6, 2018.
March 12, 2017.
The residents seem happy, and the staff are pleasant caring people.
November 28, 2016.
October 3, 2016.
One of the friendliest, caring, and cleanest home in Johnson County!
November 16, 2015.
Taking care of the grandparents.
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