About Namaste House Assisted Living in Farmington
Namaste House Assisted Living, owned and operated by Farmington native Rebecca Morgan, opened in 2010, providing a warm, caring home to accommodate a growing population in need of personal assistance. In 2013, Rebecca expanded Namaste House Assisted Living by adding five more rooms. Rebecca is on site every day visiting the residents, caring for their needs, supervising staff, and providing friendship and love to all. Her previous experience working in hospital, home care, and hospice chaplaincy provided invaluable enlightenment for her calling at Namaste.
As an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ, Rebecca sees her work at Namaste House as her calling.
The mission of Namaste House Assisted Living is to provide respectful, compassionate, and competent care for the elderly in a comfortable, homelike setting. We assist the residents in retaining their independence and dignity to the fullest extent possible.
Namaste, (Na-ma-stay), an ancient Sanskrit word of respectful greeting, translates into English to mean, “The Spark of the Divine in me recognizes and honors the Spark of the Divine in you.” Namaste, therefore, perfectly sets the tone and intention for our assisted living home. While under our care or on our premises, every resident, family member, staff member and community visitor are treated with the utmost respect and dignity. Residents are encouraged and supported in maintaining maximum independence, choice, and dignity as they are assisted by house staff in the activities of daily living.