Everyone on our staff is fully committed to our mission of total care, working as a team to make sure every resident receives the best care and treatment.
SKILLED NURSING CARE
Our facilities offer 24 hour skilled nursing care and custodial care.
The Department of Social Services fosters a living environment in which all residents are motivated to live up to their maximum potential. This department provides family and resident counseling, arranges spiritual guidance, mediates grievances, and identifies available financial resources. Our Social Services Directors are an integral part of our facilities' care teams. They act as advocates for our residents, taking an active role in family and resident evaluations.
Our goal is to help our residents to recover lost abilities following an injury or illness. To that end, we offer:
- Physical Therapy - to eliminate and help prevent impairments, compensate for physical limitations, and accelerate recovery
- Occupational Therapy - to restore independence
- Speech Therapy - to restore the highest levels of communication possible
- Respiratory Therapy - as needed
- Psychological Support Services - includes individual and group therapy in a comprehensive mental health center
- Exercise Programs - to maintain and improve mobility and physical well-being
Our certified Dietary Managers work with registered dieticians to create dining experiences that are delicious and nutritious. Family members are welcomed and encouraged to join their loved ones at meal time.
Nursing, emotional and pastoral care are available for terminally ill residents.
MEMORY CARE UNIT
Most CommCare® facilities provide special distinct-care units for residents afflicted with Alzheimer's or other forms of dementia. These residents require a higher level of patience and support. The environment we provide for our Alzheimer's and dementia residents is set apart to insure that they can receive the special attention they need. Psychological counseling and dementia management through therapy services can be arranged when requested by the resident's treating physician.