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lakegirl409 (@lakegirl409)

Transplant housing in Rochester

Transplants | Last Active: Jun 6, 2020 | Replies (10)

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@grandpabob

@lakegirl409, We were fortunate to have stayed at GOL on three occasions. (longest for 7 weeks) Without exception we found GOL to be everything they advertised and more. Like Rosemary mentioned, the fact that you find yourself among others who for the most part are in the same circumstances as you, is very helpful to help recuperate. Only a few blocks away from most of the Mayo facilities is also a blessing, on the days you may not be able to walk to appointments (or want to) the shuttle services are great. I know with me, eating was particularly difficult, the ability for my care givers to cook what I was most inclined to eat was beneficial.
A lot of semi private space like TV rooms, reading rooms.
Clients seemed to adhere to the cleaning regimen which is critical to transplant recipients.

I absolutely endorse Gift Of Life Transplant House.

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Bob, Thank you for providing me with you thoughts and experiences. I greatly appreciate your help. Take care!