September 16, 2022
My mother lived at Blair Ridge in Peru for five years. It is excellent! The care was excellent! The people were so kind and the nursing staff was wonderful. I do not have a bad thing to say about it. The food was fine. They do not put any seasoning on the food, but the residents are offered all kinds of seasoning if they would like to add any. You get a calendar for the month and on it are activities being offered each day. It might be bingo or something else. They have all kinds of games. Before the Coronavirus came around, they took the residents to Clover’s or Walmart. They had outside barbeques, picnics and family days where they had bounce houses and all kinds of stuff for the little kids. They even have a putting range right there on the site, where you can play golf. They had a piano and they brought in musicians from the local area. They also had arts and crafts. They had ice cream available whenever they wanted it. They made popcorn about two or three times in the afternoons. It was excellent. Mike was the Director and overall you could always call him any time of the day if you have a problem.
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