Richmond Care Home’s cozy intimacy makes it an easy adaptation for women dealing with early to middle stage effects of dementia, and who acknowledge they need help. Inside, there are clean wood grain interiors and furniture, and older women will feel an instant connection and familiarity with the home. It’s just nice. There’s a full schedule of daily recreational activities, including everything from live music to bingo.
Because of the community’s specialization and experience, staff here excels at care. They go well above and beyond in attending to and listening to the needs of the women here. When you see them in action, a deep sense of compassion and understanding is immediately apparent. Families who have exhausted time and caregiving resources for a mother or grandmother showing symptoms like memory loss, sundowning, or wandering, will find relief in the care here.
Decline due to dementia is a new phase in your relationship with your loved one. That challenge is relieved when you find a place entirely dedicated to this kind of care, set in a location like this, staffed by people as professional and well-versed in dementia care as these carers. Richmond Care Home makes the shift out of mom’s traditional family home a soft landing, one that you’ll feel good about over the months and years after you make this move.
I love this place for my mom. The staff are loving and gentle with their clients.—Kristie Helem, family member
Warm, welcoming staff and home environment. It’s unique in it's design and model.—Rachel Brown, family member
Love it....My Mom has been a guest for almost 6 years. Have no idea what we would have done without the beautiful ladies and their special care. Can't imagine life without [it].—Cindy Lystiuk, family member
My mother has been a resident for several months now and I can tell you first hand that Richmond Care Home is excellent in every way. The staff are professional, attentive and cheerful and always willing to help. I give them a 10/10 rating.—K. Black, family member
My mother has been staying here for the last few months now and this is indeed a wonderful place for your loved one with moderate dementia issues. The staff is excellent and the care the residents receive is truly wonderful. They specialize in making it a home-like environment for they patients, most of whom suffer from some sort of dementia.—Bram Blenk, family member
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