WE PROVIDE YOU AN UPDATE REGARDING OUR FACILITY’S VISITATION GUIDELINES AND COVID-19 STATUS SUMMARY. THE SAFETY AND WELL BEING OF OUR RESIDENTS, EMPLOYEES AND OUR VISITORS IS OUR TOP PRIORITY.

Levels of Senior Care

We understand that finding the right level of care can feel confusing and overwhelming. We hope that this page will provide an initial guide to finding the right level of care custom to your needs.

Skilled Nursing Facilities

A nursing home is normally the highest level of care for older adults outside of a hospital. Nursing homes provide what is called custodial care, including getting in and out of bed, and providing assistance with feeding, bathing, and dressing. A licensed physician supervises each patient’s care and a nurse or other medical professional is almost always on the premises. Many skilled nursing facilities offer nursing care in one convenient location 24 hours a day 365 days a year. Depending on the skilled nursing facility occupational, physical, and speech therapists, are also available. If a patient needs rehabilitation a patient receives the services until they’re able to go home. The label “nursing home has negative connotations for many people. Yet nursing homes provide an important component of senior housing options

Living arrangements in a nursing home

The environment and layout varies from nursing home to nursing home. For example, some rooms may be private and others shared. Rooms may have their own bathroom, or bathroom owns may be shared.

Short-term & Long-term Care Available

Short-Term Care

If you are seeking short-term medical and/or rehabilitative services, we will focus our efforts working closely with your loved one on achieving the most successful functional outcomes so that they can return home as quickly as possible. A dedicated team of healthcare professionals will design an individualized care plan that is tailored to your specific needs. Supporting the nursing team is a group of licensed therapist who provide physical, occupational and speech therapies for patients recovering from major surgery, stroke, neurological and orthopedic conditions and other illnesses, injuries and disabilities.

Long-Term Care

Our long-term care units are designed for individuals who need 24-hour nursing care and may be chronically ill, frail or experiencing a very slow recovery from an illness or injury. Our visitors are welcome to en/o visiting with residents in our activity room or our lovely outdoor patio courtyard. In addition, we offer respite or vacation care that allows families an opportunity to take a brief break from the demands of caring for a loved one round-the-clock.
Skilled nursing facilities provide an extensive range of care under the supervision of licensed nurses and doctors who specialize in the care of the elderly. The following is a list of ca
re that may be offered by skilled nursing facilities.

Disclaimer

Services are offered based on the resident’s diagnoses, a physician’s order and the results of the comprehensive assessment.
Not all residents qualify for rehabilitation.

Stroke Recovery

helping patients regain motor skills and speech functions.

Parkinson’s Care

specific care required to attend advanced Parkinson’s cases

Custodial Care

helps patients with ADLs

General Wound Care

WE provide wound care under the supervision of a licensed physician.  While the facility will follow wound healing orders and protocols, medical and physiological factors may delay healing or in some circumstances healing may not be possible.

Acute Medical Conditions

assistance where an illness, infection or injury is present