Here are our
Frequently Asked Questions
We’ve addressed common questions that many people have before transitioning to a skilled nursing community.
Transportation is available for medical appointments. Family members are encouraged to meet us at the doctor’s office when possible.
Yes. We offer private and semi-private rooms.
Yes, we have a full service salon and our beautician is in the facility on scheduled days each week. Services are provided for a fee.
We have contacts with several Hospice providers in the area so your loved one is provided with end-of-life choices and support.
We have a social worker who provides ongoing emotional support and crisis intervention. Outside consultants are available to provide individual psychotherapy, as well as psychiatric evaluations and treatment.
We are not open to visitors due to Covid 19, but we are making accommodations for window visits, Zoom video chats and limited safe meetings. (Ask us how). Under normal circumstances, we welcome visitor and family anytime.
Our full-time activity director, Amber schedules a variety of activites including gardening, music programs, arts and crafts, games, cooking and religious services just to name a few. These activities provide residents with opportunities to socialize, learn, be creative and interact with staff, family and volunteers.
It means we provide the highest standard of care to our residents. Nursing homes are regulated by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. This government agency reviews every aspect of our facility. Learn more here: CMS.gov
Yes! Speak to someone today about beginning the process. Click here to contact us.
Right now, due to Covid-19, we are only offering a virtual tour.
We do! We respect our residents as adults and empower them to live their best life. Advice is given when appropriate and we work closely with the family in resident care planning.
Absolutely! The care of our residents is our top priority, so we would want to ensure it would be medically safe.
We take dining seriously, with creative menu options that keep mealtime interesting, and specialized dietary plans to accommodate restrictions or limitations.
All patient rooms have flat-screen televisions in the room. A land line telephone can also be installed in each room. Cable TV and Wi-Fi are free.
Professional therapy services including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy are available on-site seven days a week as prescribed.