1910 E Ronald Road, Phoenix, AZ 85022
Ronald Home Care is a senior care home that is located in the sunny city of Phoenix, AZ in Maricopa County. Saguaro-studded mountains surround our quaint community. The outstanding scenery of Sonoran Desert will definitely amaze any visitor. Phoenix boasts a vast acreage of dazzling preserves and parks. This city is fun, diverse, distinct, wild, and above all beautiful. It is the ideal place to call home.
Ronald Home Care has committed staff that offer nothing short of high quality assisted living care in a beautiful, safe, spacious and clean group home setting. The compassionate, dedicated, and experienced caregivers purpose to meet the different and unique needs of each resident. Caring and kindhearted medical professionals are always on standby round the clock to ensure seniors are comfortable and safe. They also operate day and night to make sure that all emergencies are taken care of within the shortest time possible.
On top of addressing the physical and medical needs of all seniors, our lively and hospitable community always encourages seniors to make friends and be active. The following amenities are available to our cherished residents:
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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We are only there once a week if that. I do not feel qualified to critique this place for those who are looking for a place to live.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
This is the best place of all the places we looked at. Most importantly, Mom is very comfortable there and calls it home!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My mother in law was in a care facility that was recommended by A place for mom and it was wonderful, it was a little to far from our home. I thought it would be a good idea to to have my mother in law live in this facility since it was 2 houses down from us. My mother in law was diagnosed with Dementia and early altimeters. MIL was on a waiting list for another care facility. The owner assured us that they were experienced in these areas and the were equipped to care for her. Since she was across the street from us, we visited quite frequently. My husband mostly everyday. About two weeks before she died, she suffered a fall while the owner was standing right there and although it happen at 7 pm and we live 2 doors down, we were not notified until the following day. If I showed you a picture of her eye, you would scream. Following that incident it was recommended that Hospice be called because my mother in law was coming to the end of her life. Hospice asked why my mother in law had such a horrible black eye. We explained the fall. They told us that if she were to pass in the next 3 months an autopsy is mandatory. Well the day she died we went to visit and the owner met us at the door and said “she’s gone”. We later found out that my mother in law was up early and they knew she was dying. Why didn’t they call us ? We live 2 doors down. Why didn’t they let us say goodbye? Then it was a crime scene, about 10 cop cars. Taking pictures and asking questions. That day was awful.They called my husband for absolutely everything else. They treated here like she was a problem. Please don’t have someone you love be there.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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