Three Residential Care Homes
Level III Residential Care Home
Level III Residential Care is an alternative to living alone while maintaining a high degree of dignity and independence. Direct care staff are available 24 hours a day to assist you with activities of daily living. Residential care, sometimes referred to as assisted living, can help with overcoming the isolation of living alone. Residents may choose a private or companion room, with a private bath. All share dining rooms, lounge areas, and sun decks.
What People say…
Hello, We are all so impressed with your homes. What a gift you are to Richford and to the people who reside with you. Sincerely, NV October 2015
To the Doe family & Staff at Our Lady of the Meadows, My brother and I wish to take this opportunity to thank you and your incredible staff for all that you did for our sister in the last six years that she lived in your care. Please find enclosed a copy of the eulogy that I wrote that expresses some of the deep feelings that my brother and I have as the result of knowing you all. With deepest appreciation,
Hi Loren, Steve and all the family, I deeply appreciate the wonderful place you have to care for our loved ones. I thank God every day for your special care!! Sincerely, CP June 2016
Dear Loren, all Does and all Caregivers, First of all I can’t thank you enough for the love and care given to my mother. When it seemed there was no place for her to go you took her in, kept her fed and safe. Our Lady is a truly wonderful place. My thanks can’t be adequately into words.”
The Doe family and the Staff of St. Joseph’s Memory Care, My sincere gratitude to each of you for the loving and professional care you provided to my Mother.
In Loving Memory of “Mo” To all the ones at Our Lady of the Meadows who loved my Mother so, a great big thanks to all of you for taking care of “Mo”. I saw the love, I saw the care, your love poured out from everywhere. You are the best at what you do, and no one can compare.It touched my heart to see your love so willing to share. I will not forget how you took care of me and never made me feel alone. You let me sit by her side as Jesus took her home.She’d want us to remember the good, and have hope for each new day, to lift our eyes to heaven and remember to always pray. So with gratitude and thankfulness, a simple prayer to you, may God Bless the Staff at Our Lady of the Meadows in everything you do! Love,
Dear Loren, all Does and all care givers, First of all, I can’t thank you enough for the love and care given to my mother. When it seemed, there was no place for her to go you took her in, kept her fed and safe. Our Lady of the Meadows is truly a wonderful place. My thanks can’t be put adequately into words. Best,
With much gratitude to you and the Doe family for the care and blessings you bestowed on Mom and our family.
Dear Beautiful People at Our Lady of the Meadows, Thank you for all the love and compassionate care that our Mom “ our little MM” received from every one of you. We are so blessed. Mom is smiling down on each of us.
Dear Claire and Family We are so grateful to you and your wonderful caregivers at Our Lady of the Meadows for giving our Mom; Christine, such a loving home over the past two years. She was treated with enormous kindness and compassion by everyone there, and we know she loved you all. It was a great comfort to us every time we came to visit her to see her smiles and to witness all the wonderful comments and hugs she received from her caregivers. They are all truly exceptional people. We will always appreciate everything you and your staff have done for our Mom, you will always be on your hearts.