Traditional Long-Term Care
  • Long-Term Care

    Long-term care is when a person requires assistance with his or her physical or emotional needs over an extended period of time. The need might be due to a terminal condition, disability, illness, injury or the challenges of old age. The need for long-term care may only last for a few weeks or months, or it may go on for years as is customary in a traditional nursing home.

    We provide the services and supplies that your family member needs while he or she is a resident at our center. This help may be required for many of the activities or needs of daily living, including:

    • walking
    • bathing
    • dressing
    • using the bathroom
    • managing pain
    • preventing unsafe behavior
    • preventing wandering
    • assistance with eating
    • personal hygiene and grooming
    • administering medications
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