Senior Living Community in Redding, CT
Meadow Ridge: A vision realized, a shining beacon, a steady hand
We imagined an extraordinary senior living community perched high on a beautiful ridge in the scenic Connecticut countryside. It would offer a superior level of style and service tailored for individuals with impeccable taste. It would encourage independent living and a vibrant lifestyle, but also offer the safety net of a full continuum of health care services. That community is Meadow Ridge — one of the country’s most exceptional Life Plan Communities.
In 2001, Meadow Ridge welcomed its first residents, and today, our story continues to be one of strength and stability supported by local ownership and a highly skilled management team. While our rural setting, varied activities and exceptional residents certainly set us apart, it’s our unparalleled level of care that gives so many families the peace of mind they’ve been seeking. And because we’re a LifeCare community, residents know we’ll provide health care services to meet their changing needs. In short, everything you need in a senior living community can be found at Meadow Ridge.
Ownership and Management
Meadow Ridge Senior Living Community was conceived, developed and is owned by a Senior Care Development, LLC-affiliated company.
Based in Harrison, New York, Senior Care Development has specialized in developing the full spectrum of senior living facilities, with an emphasis on Life Plan Communities since 1988. The company has built a nationwide reputation for excellence by providing quality amenities and superior service, with great care taken to bring the highest levels of satisfaction to every resident.
Meadow Ridge also benefits from the professional management acumen of Life Care Services®. Life Care Services, An LCS® Company, leads the way in senior living with over 40 years of proven experience. This innovative leadership brings passion and performance through strong financial stewardship, lifestyle-centered services as well as high quality health services in communities as unique as the individuals who live in them.