The Unique History of The Judson Palmer Home in Findlay, OH
The Judson Palmer Home Proudly Serves Women Of Hancock County
The idea and the unique history of The Judson Palmer Home stretches back to World War I. Judson and Katharine Palmer saw a need in their community and generously stepped up to meet that need. Using money from their own estate, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer established a trust for the purpose of building a home for elderly women of Hancock County to live out their lives.
Judson Palmer died in 1919, and Katharine Palmer died in 1939. It was not until 1950 that their vision was realized, and construction on the original building was completed in the autumn of 1950.
Residents of The Judson Palmer Home Receive Exceptional Care
Nurses and aides are on-site to care for our residents. All rooms are private with an ensuite bathroom and walk-in shower. Home-cooked meals, laundry services, housekeeping services, a robust calendar of activities, and licensed beautician services are among the many amenities that The Judson Palmer Home provides for its residents. Residents are welcome to come and go as their health permits, and visitors and family are welcome to visit The Judson Palmer Home, as well.
The Judson Palmer Home Expansion
Since its completion in 1950, The Judson Palmer Home has taken great pride in providing a home-like atmosphere. That mission has remained the same since our recent expansion. Our facility added a 20,000-square-foot addition in 2020 in order to provide our residents with larger rooms that include ensuite bathrooms and walk-in showers.
These new rooms come equipped with television and phone service, as well as a nurse-call system. The new addition also houses a new and expanded activity room, a cozy lounge with a working fireplace, a coffee bar, and a centralized nurses’ station. Our residents can now also enjoy ample outdoor space with walking paths, a new patio, flower gardens, and a gazebo.