Chardonnay Hills, Inc. is licensed by the Community Care Licensing Division, California Department of Social Services, to operate this Residential Care Facility for the Elderly for up to six elderly residents.
Chardonnay Hills Care Home
specializes as a residential care facility for the elderly dedicated to providing a comfortable, caring and supervised living arrangement in a family home setting that promotes a feeling of security, independence, and peace of mind.
We offer a full range of outstanding care support for both ambulatory and
non-ambulatory residents according to the specific residents needs.
Our care staff is trained in the techniques of personal care services. in addition, they also undergo training in the aging process and the special needs of elderly care. Our care staff is trained in first aid and have undergone fingerprinting and clearance by the FBI and the California department of justice. With a ratio of one staff member for every two to three residents, our care staff is able to provide a highly personalized level of care tailored to each resident’s specific needs.
Randy Grindle, Owner and Administrator. As the unintentional caregiver for both of my parents, I have come to this position as your administrator with plenty of understanding and compassion for our residents. I am deeply dedicated to bringing top notch care on a continuing 24/7 clock. You will certainly discover an intimate, safe, and loving home right here with us!
Maribel Battad has been with us for about 4 years, and we are blessed with her ever present smile and giving nature and nurturing desire to help and comfort our seniors. She has given herself over to caring and giving for most of her career, and there is no doubt you will connect.
Maria Pollard is our newest addition and has been with us a bit less than 2 years now. Quiet by nature, she will calm and soothe you during the uncomfortable times and laugh with you in the good times. She has been a caregiver for many years with other families, and we are fortunate to have her. Cards, anyone?