Our Services

Personal Care: Care As You Need It

Our Personal Care residents aren’t able to live on their own anymore, but they don’t need comprehensive nursing care. By living in the Personal Care unit, these residents benefit from the security of 24-hour nursing care, three nutritious meals a day, supervision of medications, planned activities and socialization with other residents.

Personal Care residents:

  • Must be able to get out of bed unassisted.
  • Need to be able to care for their bathroom needs daily (we do assist all residents with bathing or stand by assist as needed).
  • Are supervised with daily medication and their vitals are checked as needed.
  • Can choose from a private river view room, a regular private room, or a semi-private room; there are also a few suites available.
  • Enjoy taking part in the myriad of activities (crafts, entertainment, pet therapy, book club, trivia, bingo, beauty salon, picnics, seasonal celebrations, worship services).
  • Are invited to go on frequent bus outings (such as shopping or ice cream).
  • Will have a seamless transition into our skilled unit should the need arise.

We require every new resident to submit a medical report from his or her attending physician or hospital. Also, we try to conduct a personal interview with every prospective resident, so that we can assess the level of care they need.

To find out about cost and availability of Personal Care rooms, please contact Admissions Director, Sister Alice Webster.


Nursing Care

Nursing Care: Comprehensive, Personalized Care

Our Nursing Care wing is for residents who need long term care—specifically, skilled nursing care that includes assistance with most daily activities, such as bathing, getting dressed, eating, or getting in and out of bed. These residents may also need physical, occupational, or speech therapies. We work closely with residents and their families to create a personalized care plan, so that you can have the peace of mind that your loved one is getting the best care possible. This wing is covered under Medicare.

Nursing Care residents:

  • Receive 24/7 skilled nursing care.
  • Can choose from a private room or a semi-private room.
  • Enjoy taking part in the myriad of activities (crafts, entertainment, pet therapy, book club, trivia, bingo, beauty salon, picnics, seasonal celebrations, worship services).
  • Are invited to go on frequent bus outings (such as shopping or ice cream), as they are able.

We require every new resident to submit a medical report from his or her attending physician or hospital. Also, we try to conduct a personal interview with every prospective resident, so that we can assess the level of care they need.

To find out about cost and availability of Nursing Care rooms, please contact Admissions Director, Sister Alice Webster.

Rehabilitation: Quality Care + Therapy

Residents who need Rehabilitation live in the Nursing Care wing while they are undergoing rehabilitative therapies, including physical, occupational, or speech therapies. They most likely need skilled nursing care that includes assistance with most daily activities, such as bathing, getting dressed, eating, or getting in and out of bed. For residents who come specifically for rehab after a sickness or injury, we establish up front what the goals are (to stay in the Nursing Care wing, move to the Personal Care wing, or return home). This area is covered under Medicare after an approved three-day stay in the hospital.

Rehabilitation residents:

  • Receive 24/7 skilled nursing care, from assisting with bathroom needs to feeding.
  • Can choose from a private room or a semi-private room.
  • Enjoy taking part in the myriad of activities (crafts, entertainment, pet therapy, book club, trivia, bingo, beauty salon, picnics, seasonal celebrations, worship services).
  • Are invited to go on frequent bus outings (such as shopping or ice cream), as they are able.
  • Have the first option for a nursing bed before a new admission.

We require every new resident to submit a medical report from his or her attending physician or hospital. Also, we try to conduct a personal interview with every prospective resident, so that we can assess the level of care they need.

To find out more about Rehabilitation services, please contact Admissions Director, Sister Alice Webster.