Moving to Rockridge was one of the best moves my wife and I have made. This community works because of the excellent caring staff and the closeness of the residents and how they care about each other – Vincent Silluzio
About six months ago I was a “pinch-hitter” for the bell chimes. That was my first time being at Rockridge and a very memorable one. Between songs I chatted with the residents and the subject of knitting, one of my biggest passions, came up. Knitters cropped up from everywhere! As so was born the Friday morning knitting circle. From that group evolved yet another group, the monthly Country Kitchen Cooking Group, and on and on it goes.
The warm and respectful atmosphere at Rockridge attracted me the most. I absolutely love the sense of community. There’s always something going on and I am never turned down when I want to volunteer for anything. I have felt part of the family from Day One. I want to thank Rockridge for the privilege of getting to know the most loving interesting and hilarious people! – Rosie Karparis, Volunteer
My Mother loved her two years at Rockridge. Leaving Vermont and her beloved family and friends was tough but little did she know that there would be such a loving group of caregivers and friends waiting for her with welcome arms and hearts. Our thanks to all the staff that helped in Mom’s care – from all who arrived at 7 to help ready her for the day to all who kissed her goodnite…to the fun ones in the dining room. We are blessed to have friends like you. Love from Cathy and the Gomez family
My mother moved into your community last fall. I have been so grateful to your excellent staff. I am always impressed with the number of activities available to the residents as well as their families, including family picnics and events and others that I see advertised like the tag sales and the sale of organic vegetables. Also, there is always an upbeat, friendly atmosphere. I know people in the field of elder care and all say that Rockridge is one of the best. So I have to thank you for helping to make this possible. – Beth Caurant