Providing Quality Services since 1949
Our partnership with the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm has allowed Carmel Manor to provide the highest quality staff and services. We strive to uphold our long tradition of caring for the physical, spiritual, and intellectual needs of the whole person.
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Skilled Nursing / Long Term Care
As more and more seniors are staying active longer and planning to stay active for years to come, Carmel Manor is now offering a short-term rehabilitation specialty to enhance our residents’ quality of life. With a full team of physical therapists (PTs), Occupational Therapists (OTs) and Speech Therapists, we will work to renew our residents' energy, strength and abilities. In addition, with both private and double rooms at Carmel Manor, it is a perfect atmosphere to our guests to recover and rejuvenate in peace.
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.
Post-Acute Care / Short Term Rehab
Restoring a greater level of independence is our primary goal at Carmel Manor. We measure success by helping our guests and residents lead fuller, more active lives.
Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapies are tailored to meet individual needs. Our team designs specific programs and incorporates the most appropriate clinical interventions including exercise, treatment modalities, and therapeutic activities related to daily living.
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