We pride ourselves in effectively meeting a broad range of care needs. We understand the importance of appropriate placement. Each of our homes implement care plans to cater to the needs of residents with a specific level of physical or cognitive needs. Although each individual has a unique set of needs, personality, and effective means for approaching care, there is an immense benefit to being among peers and others with similar needs. Having a group with similar needs, helps us focus our staff training for a particular home to best meet the needs of that group. The correct environment and approach is the first step in insuring the well-being and enriching the lives of our residents.

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 1:3. 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.

Tyana Walking Resident
The following are ADLs that are available as part of our general service and are provided as needed:
  • Bathing and showering
  • Bowel and bladder management
  • Dressing
  • Nutrition: Preparing and Serving Home cooked, Healthy, Well Balanced, Delicious Meals
  • Feeding: Assisting when coordination limits independence
  • Functional mobility: moving about the home
  • Physical Fitness: Walks and/or range of motion exercises.
  • Personal device care (Hearing Aides, Dentures, Pacemaker monitoring)
  • Personal hygiene and grooming (including washing hair)
  • Toilet hygiene
Instrumental ADLs
  • Housekeeping
  • Laundry and Linens
  • Taking medications as prescribed, Managing refills and maintaining an adequate supply
  • Use of telephone or other form of communication
  • Using technology (as applicable)
  • Arranging Transportation
The following are ADLs that are Not provided, and are typically assumed by the family or professional fiduciary.
  • Managing money
  • Purchasing Clothing

Special Services

Brigitte Taking Blood Pressure

Special services include areas of assistance that specifically address the care needs of a particular resident. They are often services that are not typically provided in other care settings. Our approach to providing care is extremely thorough. We feel that an effective care plan will address both the core needs as well as all the details. This allows the family to relinquish the role of care management and resume the role of loved one. Each of the following services include appropriate monitoring, recording, and reporting.
Regular Blood Pressures
Diabetes Management
Laboratory Services
Anticoagulation Program Coordination
Behavioral Support/Sundowning
Insomnia and Night Care

Health Condition Related Care

  • Arthritis
  • Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia
  • Asthma
  • Breathing support requiring oxygen
  • Breathing treatments requiring nebulizer
  • Broken bones
  • Cancer
  • Chronic Urinary Tract Infections
  • Colostomy/urostomy care needs
  • Depression
  • Diet Restrictions
  • Emphysema or other lung diseases
  • Heart disease or heart failure
  • Incontinence and bladder management
  • Memory loss
  • Monitored intake of foods and liquids
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Stroke
  • Huntington's disease
  • Tendency to fall
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Wound treatment