Selecting the right nursing home setting and long-term care options can be overwhelming. We help you navigate this process while providing superior care, as well as rehabilitation services for your loved ones.
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We are happy to announce that we are able to offer In-Person visitation now.
Please click on the link to see what the government rules are.
Fully vaccinated residents can have “close contact” visits, but are still required to wear masks at all times.
Un-vaccinated residents can have “no contact” visits meaning that you can not touch each other, have to wear a mask and maintain 6 feet apart.
Other hygiene rules apply as well.
These visits are APPOINTMENT ONLY. Please call the Social Service office and they will help you pick a time that is available.
Dena Mitchell or Joelene Conner
Caring for the Whole Person
There are many options that are available to provide you or your loved ones with long-term care. But how do you “shop” for these things? What do you need to look for when you are comparing the various providers and organizations?
Quality of care they is obviously important. This includes the clinical and medical aspects of our service. But there is so much more that needs to be considered in the equation.
We practice “person centered care”. The PERSON comes first and the uniqueness of each person is respected and honored. Just because someone needs some help, is older, has a disability, or is living with dementia does not mean that they should lose their right to be treated as a person. Person-centered values include choice, dignity, respect, privacy, self-determination and purposeful living. Making choices about your own life, being listened to and “heard,” and being truly “known” is a basic human right.
My husband has been in this facility for a little over 6 months now and I have never seen a more caring group of people. My husband receives excellent care and the staff are very professional and friendly and cater to the residents.