Sunday, June 15, 2014

Assisted Living in Phoenix at Razinn Care Campus - Review

Note: This is not a paid endorsement or advertisement. It is a personal endorsement and review.

During my 2006 road trip through the beautiful Southwest USA, I saw many spectacular sites and met some wonderful people along the way.




One of them was Erin Razinn in Phoenix Arizona. (her photo above) I met her and her family on Hospitality Club, and stayed with them a few days and got to know them.

She is a warm, friendly, supportive person with a heart of gold. And she is honest, genuine and open-minded. You feel like you could talk to her about anything. She is always understanding and supportive too.

You know, anyone can be nice for a few days, but someone who has been a loyal friend for years and is always there for you, as Erin has, is hard to find and speaks volumes. As they say, actions speak louder than words.

Her husband is also a great guy too. He is fun, interesting and easy to talk to. Their family and home are like an oasis of warmth amidst the busy hustle and bustle of the city of Phoenix.

After I left, she wrote this kind feedback about me in my Hospitality Club profile. (My username there is WWu777):

"Winston Wu was a guest in our home in Phoenix this summer. He met my husband and I at the pool and after spending some time with Winston we were sure he would be a fine houseguest. He was generous, kind and helpful as I was 8 months pregnant during his stay! I have children and felt comfortable with him in our home. I wish him the very best and hope to see him again soon." - Erin, Phoenix AZ


I have kept in touch with her since then.

Recently, I visited her Assisted Living facility in Phoenix called Razinn Care Campus. Their staff was kind, caring, capable, and fully qualified with caregiver licenses. The care campus was situated in a quiet cozy environment with interconnected housing, and a quiet swimming pool nearby as well.

The way I see it, any facility run by the Razinns will be good and trustworthy. Not only is Erin responsible and capable with a good head on her shoulders, but she is a great mom to her children, a fine wife to her husband, and a loyal trustworthy friend to people like me too.

Therefore, it naturally follows that she would also be a good manager and caretaker of an assisted living facility as well. So she has my endorsement and recommendation.

So if you are in the Phoenix area and have need of such services for a senior relative or family member, I would personally recommend the Razinn care campus. You can learn more about their facilities and services, or contact them, at their website at Razinn.com.

Below are some images from their housing facilities. You can also see their great reviews on Google Plus as well.






Thank you for reading.

Sincerely,
Winston Wu







4 comments:

  1. Assisted living in areas such as Phoenix are probably pretty common. It tends to be one of those areas where there are a lot of elderly people. And where there are elderly people, there are people who help them live. Assisted living can include simple services from laundry and cooking, to more advanced things like bathing and even walking. http://www.comforcare.com/new-jersey/morris-county

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  2. If I were to pick where I wanted to go to an assisted living facility I would pick somewhere it is warm. I do not like the cold, so I would want to go somewhere warm. I think when I get older I would like an assisted living facility because you are around people that are in the same situation as you and you have people helping to take care of you. http://www.HarborViewhome.com

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  3. If I were to pick where I wanted to go to an assisted living facility I would pick somewhere it is warm. I do not like the cold, so I would want to go somewhere warm. I think when I get older I would like an assisted living facility because you are around people that are in the same situation as you and you have people helping to take care of you. http://www.HarborViewhome.com

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  4. This is the best article I've seen since skimming this blog. It stands out among the negativity . Thank you and now I may look deeper. I don't mind different viewpoints,however, finding myself, an American woman, put down in the articles I've read so far was a turn off. The things said do not apply to most women I know and I was about to look elsewhere. Now a bit deeper. I was looking for specific information about cultural differences and how interesting men managed to move abroad, the challenges . (no I'm not looking, I am with a man who is capable of being a good husband and father)Thank you for your positive outlook.

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