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Greenfield Of Woodstock
935 Ox Rd, Woodstock, VA 22664
Based on 20 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care, Hospice, Respite
Greenfield Of Woodstock DescriptionHere in the Shenandoah Valley, you'll find seniors of all walks of life enjoying each new day. Drink in the natural sunlight that streams into our brightly furnished community, and don’t forget your dancing shoes! The sun is good for you, and so is dancing. At Greenfield, we go above and beyond to provide the best possible care for our patients. We must attend to the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of our residents to provide the best possible care. Our innovative five C's approach to senior care sets us apart from the competition.
Parent OrganizationGreenfield Of Woodstock is a member of a larger group of communities called Greenfield Senior Living.
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In my capacity as a volunteer Chaplain, I visit Greenfield of Woodstock on a regular basis. My wife and I consider this to be our home away from home. The residents have become like family to us, and the staff welcomes us with open arms and hearts. We have the greatest admiration for Vickie, Patty and Susan and all those who work with them to make Greenfield such a friendly and caring place. We value their expertise in the field of senior care, especially in the realm of dementia and memory loss. When we encounter members of our community facing the difficult decision of placing a relative in a long term care facility, we always recommend Greenfield. We have confidence in the care their loved ones will receive there.Steve B.
This is an excellent place for family members who are no longer able to take care of themselves. I see a very caring and competent staff when I visit. They have lots of activities throughout the year and my friends mom who lives there is always busy playing scrabble, helping with sewing projects or working puzzles. They have now added a second facility in Woodstock not far from the present location.
I would like to share my experience to Greenfield nursing home, I’m so glad that I’m going to be a employee.And can’t wait to be A Team member To show my ability And respect And Hard working to all my Team members That are Willing to except Me as one of there family members Into there CompanyAnd to all the residence My full attention, and give them the care and respect As I have a big responsibility to know that they will always be my first Hello and always put a smile On there facesI Take Pride Love to do ♥️Thank you.... Vicky ConnorI’m somewhat nervous But that is to be expected . I’m ready to take a big step forward In my New careerSee you all soon .... Greenfield.Thank you again for given me this opportunityMrs. Tammie Lowder
Greenfield is a family for your family. And now that our family member has passed, we go back there from time to time and visit with our extended family--the wonderful staff who took such amazing care of him.Know that Vickie Conner, Executive Director at the Woodstock location, was JUST singled out as the BEST DIRECTOR of an Assisted Living facility. Best in the entire United States, that is. My family can attest to how well run, top to bottom Greenfield is and how deserving Vickie is of that honor. Vickie is HANDS ON, in the thick of things and she leads by example with a quiet strength and the highest of expectations for the staff. Susan, who runs the Seasons program, is cut from the same cloth, so to speak, and we will forever be in her debt for her wisdom, kindness and her outreach work, communicating with the rest of our family who live in other parts of the country. so that everyone could have a shared understanding of our father's status. Vickie, Susan and many of the staff were a great comfort to our father and to us in equal measure. They listen. Regardless of the circumstances they always preserve the dignity of those they look after. You can also take your family member or friend out of the facility for an outing--we did this many times. You just need to sign them out responsibly. We also shared many meals there--the food is great.Our father came here last year and the level of care, compassion and attention that he received touched us all deeply. He was in the Seasons Program, which provides specialized care for seniors with greater needs, especially Alzheimer's, which was our situation. The staff helped with every part of his transition. I should say that the facility itself is very modern, warm, clean and inviting. Our father came to love the enclosed courtyard, with peaceful, blooming trees, and many features for the birds.When I write a review I try to think of what I could share that you might not get elsewhere, so I hope this is useful in your decision. Greenfield, and facilities like it, offer some private rooms and also shared rooms, where there is one roommate and a shared bathroom. At first, I was very worried about our dad with a roommate, but I wasn't seeing the world the way he did. We put him on a list for a private room, thinking that would be what he wanted. In a short time one became available, but he wasn't remotely interested. The company of a roommate was good-and it wasn't because they became best friends. He didn't want to be alone, and his roommate eased his transition greatly. There was always someone there.Greenfield was at the top of the list of the recommendations the doctors made for us. Doctors feel more comfortable making a couple of good recommendations, and certainly there are other worthy assisted living situations, but when we pressed our different doctors and clergy for the top choice, it was Greenfield every time. Because they are so well respected--this is where many of the doctors place their own parents- they are very well connected with the medical community and that will certainly prove to be a great asset for you, at some point.Rather than add length to an already lengthy review, I will close saying that I have no professional or personal association with Greenfield, and that I would be happy to speak with anyone who would like more information/details about what our time at Greenfield was like. The administration has my name and number for that purpose.
When I needed to move my Dad out of independent living in the DC area, Greenfield of Woodstock went out of their way to help me. Vicky and her amazing staff has taken the best care of my Dad in loving kind way. They provide a full range of care. Greenfield of Woodstock has been such a blessing for me. Most importantly they provide deep respect and friendly service. I could not asking for anything better.
My mother has been at Greenfield of Woodstock for 2 years and the entire staff are dedicated, professional and very caring......my mother thinks of them as family. With a full-time job and family to take care of, I cannot always be there as much as I would like so this means a great deal to me. I recommend highly to anyone who is looking for a quality Assisted Living Facility for a family member.
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