Kahl Home has been serving the Quad Cities for decades.
In 1954, the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Davenport, Iowa asked Venerable Mary Angeline Teresa, O. Carm., founder of the Congregation of the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm to consider providing long-term elder care in a substantial family home that had been donated to the Davenport Diocese.
Kahl Home for the Aged and Infirm welcomed its first residents on March 18, 1955. At the time, Kahl Home had 21 female residents. As time continued, so did the need for more space. In 1963, our facility expanded to house 128 residents, male and female.
In 2012, Kahl Home finished building a state-of-the-art senior living facility in northeast Davenport. The facility was designed to promote community living, devote more space to rehabilitative services and provide more opportunities for residents to maintain an active lifestyle.