We put the personal care and comfort of our residents above all else. The personal care plan reflects an individual resident’s needs and routines prior to admission, and is based on discussions with the resident, family members, physicians, and other healthcare providers involved in the wellbeing of the resident.
The Home of the Good Shepard Enhanced Assisted Living allows residents to age in place, which contributes significantly to quality of life. We provide care for residents who are chronically chairfast, require the assistance of another person to walk, who are dependent on medical equipment, or have chronic unmanaged incontinence. Enhanced care is also less expensive than skilled care, when paid for privately.
Choosing a memory loss facility is never easy. Along with it comes the realization that your loved one, your parent, spouse, sibling or friend, can no longer safely and comfortably live at home.
At The Home of the Good Shepherd Memory Care Residence, we do everything we can to provide understanding and support. We invite you to come tour our facility and to meet with us to answer your questions. We’re not only committed to serving those with memory loss, but also to provide help to families with thorough information.
A variety of delicious meals are served three times a day in our dining room. Each resident has a choice of meal options. Morning, afternoon, and evening snacks are also offered. Our Meals are prepared to meet therapeutic diets as ordered by a physician. We also provide in room tray service to accommodate special circumstances when needed.
Transportation to and from doctor’s appointments are provided Monday-Friday. A member of our care staff will accompany each resident to the doctor. The aide stays with the resident (if needed) and communicates with the doctor to assure all medical issues are addressed.
Our case manager works hand in hand with our nurses as well as community providers, to manage the medical, social, physical and mental needs of each individual resident to ensure a positive quality of life and maintain a level of independence. The Case Manager is a primary source of communication with the resident’s Primary Care Physician in regard to the medical well-being of the resident.
As well as daily bed making and straightening of rooms, full housekeeping services are provided twice weekly. Laundry services are provided one to two times weekly or more as needed. Resident’s clothing does not have to be labeled with our efficient laundry system.