By Mondavi via CARING

August 8, 2022

Overall, Cedar Ridge was literally a blessing for my family. We were not able to care for my mother in law and they treated her like family. The facility is in a rural part of Kentucky and everyone there was so friendly and down to earth. She had a stroke in the end and one of her nurses went the same night to visit her in the hospital, on her own time because she cared, that was very touching. Alzheimers disease is so difficult on the family and the nurses were so kind and compassionate on how to deal with new situations or tough times. During our entire time there, we only had a negative experience with one administrator, but it was handles in a timely and professional manner by the director. I would recommend this facility for absolutely anyone. We had numerous options closer to our home, but we chose this one an hour away due to the people and the facility itself.

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