Long-term care is a range of services designed to help individuals who have become unable to care for themselves. This may be a temporary situation, due to an accident, injury or medical event, or an ongoing one, due to chronic or progressive health conditions, disability or aging, for instance.
Long-term care is provided in a number of settings, ranging from a person’s private home, using home health care services, to assisted living centers, nursing homes and skilled nursing facilities.
Depending on the specific circumstances of individual patients, the cost of long-term care may vary, as long-term care may be provided for a few weeks or months as a person recovers from a debilitating illness or medical event, or could be ongoing for patients who have chronic care needs.
Our dedicated, non-contract staff care for residents round-the-clock. Our facility is home-like, warm and comfortable. And our amenities are second to none, including restaurant-style dining; bright, airy gathering spaces; and stimulating social, educational and recreational activities.