Our professional nursing staff is trained to recognize and provide comfort to your loved one through symptom control. We provide more than just clinical support; our nurses also provide comfort measures with medication and anxiety management.
Dealing with end of life issues can lead to financial worries for Residents and their families. Our social services department can help with financial and legal support in regards to closure of financial obligations and funeral arrangements as desired by the Resident.
Our religous volunteers are available for Residents and their families to promote the spiritual support and comfort that is needed. Residents may also choose to have their church affiliations of choice and participate in activities that promote spirituality.
Staff provide for the psychosocial needs of your loved one with comforts through non-medication interventions, such as music of choice, special blankets or quilts, pillows, backrubs, and anything else desired by the Resident.
Our dietary team develops a plan of care that offers the nutritional support that is needed. We understand that food is often a source of comfort and we will provide what is desired, as long as the diet can be tolerated by the Resident.