Skilled Nursing and Long Term Care for Seniors
Care for the whole person.
Family visits, compassionate attention, time for fun and laughter — when a loved one is affected by a condition that calls for long-term care, life’s simple pleasures are more important than ever.
Our special, caring environment is one where the whole family can feel safe and supported. Licensed nurses and a specially trained staff are your caring partners, 7 days a week, helping your loved one experience the very best quality of life.
Long-term care includes:
- Comfortable private or semiprivate suite with individually controlled thermostat
- Licensed nurses on-site 24/7
- Private dining room with chef-prepared menu options
- Beautiful walking paths and outdoor gathering areas
- Beauty salon and barbershop
- Daily housekeeping service
- Wellness programs
- Scheduled transportation
- Emergency response system
- Most utilities included
As part of our multidimensional approach to wellness, we nurture the physical, emotional, intellectual, social and spiritual needs of each individual. Skilled and compassionate staff take time to know each person, with respect for their life history, connections with family and friends, and all that is meaningful to them.
Our 24/7 licensed care includes:
- Assistance with bathing, grooming and other daily activities
- Medication management
- Nutrition and meal planning by our registered dietician
- Transportation to medical appointments
- Orthopedic therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy
- Cognitive/neurological and IV therapy
- Incontinence care
- Diabetic care
- Wound care
- Palliative and hospice care
- Spiritual, cultural, social and educational enrichment
- Access to a full range of long-term care
- Social support services
Comfort at the end of life.
We’re committed to delivering expert care, peace of mind and comfort during a loved one’s transition into the end of life. Our health and wellness director works with families to connect them to local hospice care best suited for their loved one’s needs. Loved ones can remain in their residence in comfortable and familiar surroundings, while we give family, friends and caregivers someone to lean on.
When it’s time for long-term care, we have the resources to help both loved ones and their families. Contact us for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is long-term care?
Long-term care is a high level of skilled nursing provided by trained medical staff, such as registered nurses and physical, speech or occupational therapists. Unlike assisted living, skilled nursing in a long-term care community is intended for seniors who need frequent or round-the-clock care due to a chronic condition. Wound care, IV (intravenous) therapy, regular injections, and monitoring of vital signs and medical equipment are all examples of skilled care that’s part of long-term health care.
When is long-term care needed?
Will my Medicare benefit pay for long-term care?
Arbol Post-Acute Care is certified by Medicare to provide Skilled Rehabilitation Medicare B services if the criteria set by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services are met, and if this level of care is ordered by a physician. We’ll be glad to help you optimize Medicare and long-term insurance coverage for yourself or your loved one.