Types of Care Offered

We consider each persons needs, case by case.  We offer a home like setting that encourages independence.

Activities of Daily Living

Providing Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) is one of the core services that we offer. We take a supportive approach to providing assistance. This helps promote independence by allowing our residents to remain as independent as possible. As a small environment, we have an ideal staff to resident ratio of 2:1. We can afford to be patient and have all the time that a resident needs to meet their needs independently or with assistance. We develop individual care plans for each of our residents to detail their need for assistance and allow us to effectively meet those needs.

Our Services 

  • Professional Care Management when needed.
  • 2:1 Caregiver Ratio
  • Private room
  • Access to bath and assistance with all bathing, grooming, and dressing needs
  • Incontinence Care
  • Weight and Blood Pressure Monitoring
  • Medications Management
  • 24 hour compassionate caregivers
  • Home cooked nutritious, healthy and delicious meals with residents’ preferences considered
  • Laundry
  • Personalized personal care (personal services include: Bathing, Dressing, Feeding, Grooming, Toileting, Mobility, and much more
  • Flat screen with Dish Network
  • Wireless internet
  • Interlinked smoke detection system
  • Private Bedroom
  • Wheel chair accessible facility
  • shower seat and grab bars
  • Houskeeping
  • Activities
  • Outings

Tradition of Caring

“Tradition of Caring” is much more than a tagline. It is a model of care. This approach is largely founded on communication and participation. There is a tremendous value to communicating the details of assistance and direct care with a resident. We believe that an open line of communication maximizes the effectiveness of an interdisciplinary team. Direct dialog with physicians, home health nurses, caregivers, and resident family members allow us to help enable each other to make informed decisions and implement an appropriate plan of care. Ultimately, supporting each other helps maintain focus and keeps our residents’ best interest at heart.