I'm reaching out to the Administration and Staff of Ridgeland Nursing & Rehabilitation Center to make them aware of how impressed and delighted myself and my family members are with the level of care and dedication I have found with them caring for my mother Jane Visokay. It comforts myself knowing a family member is in the best facility I can imagine and your staff is 5 star. I take great pleasure in recommending your facility to any individual who has needs the same as my family's with care to our mother. Our mother can be a handful at times and the staff is outstanding with that being said, I hope if I get to a point in my life were I need care your all still there. It's were I want to be. The Staff being as good as they are reflects on the residents which in my encounters visiting are truly content being there, including my mother (Jane ). I cant say enough good things about all of you! Thank You Respectfully Todd (RUCKUS) Visokay.
Todd Visokay, Son of Resident
So Mom is in her mid nineties and needs more than we can provide or an independent care facility can offer, what do you do? Obviously an "assisted living facility" is the answer but which one?
We spoke to several individuals and checked out other sources of info and chose Ridgeland Nursing Center (RNC) for Mom. The facility is clean, no lingering odors and the staff is wonderful- you can see a "genuine" sense that they "care" for each resident. Communication is very good and if something is not quite right they call me to discuss the situation- never any surprises. At RNC it's all about resident care and we are very pleased with the care my mother has received over the past 5 years. Oh, did I say my Mother will be 102 years old in October?
I truly don't know where to start when I want to say how thankful I am for Ridgeland Nursing Center and their staff. In February we decided we could no longer care for our Momma at home. She needed 24 hour care that we were unable to give her. I went to the nursing home, knowing it was the last thing I ever wanted to do, but knew it was time. The first day I stepped foot in the front door crying for help, they were there with open arms. They have been amazing from day one. I thought my Momma would have been the last person ever that would have went there and been content. When I call her and she says, they do anything she ask them to do for her, they fix her anything she wants to eat, and more amazingly, she played Bingo. When I go to the window to see her, and no one even knows I'm there, sometimes I see them brushing her hair, putting lotion on her or sitting there with the utmost patience feeding someone who is unable to feed themselves. They call me and keep me informed of everything that goes on with her, if it's 7am or 11pm. I could go on and on, but there aren't enough words to say how thankful I am for each and every employee there. During this COVID pandemic, they are truly my heroes.
Daughter of Resident