The Wildflower staff understands that family is the most important thing. Our #1 priority is to take care of your family as if they were our family. We understand that there comes a time when medication assistance and assisted living care becomes too much for family members to handle alone. That's where The Wildflower staff can step in and help you help them.
The Wildflower facilities were constructed for the purpose of senior living ten years ago. They are modern buildings with modern technology but also the comforts of your own home. Individual or double rooms are available to residents in each building with TV hookups and internet in each room. Rooms are furnished but residents may bring personal furniture and decor. Each resident is also provided with a safe and combination lock for personal items.
Mr. and Mrs. Bowen are lifelong residents of the upper Snake River valley. As they say in the Music Man, they "know the territory." They decided to found The Wildflower of Rigby because they believe that all people deserve to preserve their dignity as they age. They have loved working with people their whole lives and they know every resident by name. They have been successful business owners for a long time and have decided to dedicate their skills to taking care of those who came before.
Amber Hoopes started working as a caregiver in 2012, and she instantly fell in love with assisting the elderly. She developed a passion for resident rights, and making sure they all receive the love and care that they deserve. This passion drove her to obtain her administrators license in 2019. She enjoys working in a smaller facility, because it means she's able to have a closer relationship with the residents and their loved ones. Family is her number one priority, something she learned from having three children.She always strives to care for all residents as if they were her own grandparents.
McKenzie Purcell earned her Certified Nursing Assistant license in 2013 and have been working as a caregiver ever since. She fell in love with assisting the elderly from the moment she started working as a caregiver. She enjoys getting to know the residents, hearing about their unique backgrounds and offering them care and support in some of their most difficult times. Even now, as the manager of The Wildflower of Rigby she still loves to work the floor as a caregiver once or twice every week. By working as a caregiver still, she can spend time with the residents as well as ensuring they are receiving the quality of care that they deserve.