We're here for you or your loved one and offer a warm and compassionate home environment to meet your needs.
We provide home cooked meals, social activities, personal hygiene or bathing assistance, laundry services and housekeeping.
We have beautiful landscaping and patio to enjoy the outdoors while reading or drinking a cup of coffee or tea.
Our staff is caring and passionate to offer exceptional care.
We are qualified to provide supervisory, personal and directed care with over 15 years experience in the medical/ healthcare field.
On site care; we have Physicians and Nurses that visit regularly along with Chaplin, beautician and massage therapists.
Our goal and promise is to offer you or your loved one an exceptional family atmosphere where dignity, compassion and respect are our values.
We have been in the industry for nearly 20 years and have worked hard to establish a reputable and trusted reputation in the industry and community.
Marylin- "My mother, Gladys was at the River of Love Adult Care Home for over four years. I can't begin to express my gratitude for the care and compassion that she received from the staff at River of Love."
Judy- "Dad came to live at River of Love this year, shortly after our Mom passed away. He was received with love and respect, and has been treated with nothing but kindness and compassion. The transition to living alone was softened and he seems well-adjusted to his new home. River of Love has truly lived up to its name! During a recent visit I shared several tasty, wholesome meals with the residents and thoroughly enjoyed the food and the fellowship. The aroma of home-cooked meals adds to the home-like atmosphere, and helps my Dad's appetite. We "shopped around" before deciding on a place for Dad to live, and once we met Dorina (manager) and toured the home, it became obvious that this would be the place for him. The home is beautiful and the staff obviously have a heart for caring for others. My family feels confident that Dad is where he'll receive the best care - my sister and I live on opposite ends of the country, and really appreciate communication and assurances - we are so grateful to have found River of Love!"
Iris-"Quality service with a commitment to excellence, that is the River of Love. Our mother/grandmother has lived there over a year. She really enjoys it, as she receives 3 home-cooked meals a day and the individual attention and care is remarkable. We are pleased and would recommend the River of Love to any family needing full time care for an elderly family member.
What is an Adult Care Home?
An Adult Care Home, is one of the living arrangements available to senior citizens who cannot comfortably live alone. These care homes are licensed private homes that can house anywhere from 3-10 people. Private care homes differ from the larger assisted living facilities or nursing homes in that the ratio of caregivers to residents is less.Their meals are home cooked, nutritious, and are served at the dining room table. Most importantly, someone is there with your loved one 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
What are the advantages of a small care home vs. a large care facility?
People grow up in homes not industrial complexes. No matter how the larger facilities advertise they are still large facilities with many employees, auditorium like dinning areas, industrial kitchens producing low cost industrial food. Small facilities tailor personalized meaningful activities for the specific individual.Small assisted care facilities give greater care than larger facilities and have less staff turnover. If residents are ill in a small care home the infirmary goes to their room and a physician is called for direction and guidance.
What are our fees?
Fees are charged accordingly to the level of care required by the resident. Charges are billed on a monthly basis. To request a quote for your loved one, email us or give us a call (602) 923-0829.
How does an adult care facility handle the medical needs of residents?
Adult care facility operators and staff must complete CPR and first-aid training certified by the American Red Cross. Each adult care facility must have procedures for obtaining emergency assistance, such as an ambulance. Adult care facilities are required to keep individual resident records and store them so that information is immediately available in an emergency. This record must contain written information, including the name, address and phone number of anyone who should be notified in an emergency, and the name and number of the resident's doctor. If a resident's health takes a turn for the worse, the adult care facility must make sure that the resident receives proper medical attention or, if necessary, is transferred to a medical facility.
How will a resident adjust to Living in an Adult Care Home?
It is normal to expect an adjustment period for the resident, family and the entire foster home household once a new resident moves into an Adult Care Home. Adjustments are easier for residents who visit the home and have a say in the decision to live in the home than for those who have the decision made for them. Adjustments are also easier for the resident who continues to have outside contact with family, friends and former co-workers in the community.