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Nursing Home Care

Nursing homes offer a range of services, including skilled nursing care, assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs), medication management, physical therapy, and social activities.

Diet & Nutrition

A balanced diet includes a variety of foods from different food groups to ensure you get all the essential nutrients your body needs. These food groups typically include fruits, vegetables, grains, protein sources, and dairy or dairy alternatives.

Elderly Care

Every elderly person is unique, so it’s essential to assess their specific needs, including physical health, cognitive abilities, mobility, and emotional well-being. This assessment will help create a personalized care plan.

Dementia Care

Understand that challenging behaviors, such as agitation, aggression, or wandering, can occur with dementia.  Identify triggers for these behaviors and use non-pharmacological approaches to manage them, such as redirection, validation therapy.

Stroke Care

¬†During the hospital stay, the medical team will assess the individual’s physical and cognitive abilities, which will help determine the appropriate level of rehabilitation.


Focuses on improving mobility, strength, and physical function. It’s often used for musculoskeletal injuries, surgeries, and neurological conditions.

Mental Illness Care

If prescribed medication by a mental health professional, ensure that the individual takes it as directed. Monitor for side effects and report any concerns to the prescribing doctor.

Orthopedic Care

After surgery or injury, rehabilitation and physical therapy are essential for recovery. These programs aim to restore mobility, strength, and function.

Chronic Pain

Working with healthcare providers to develop a personalized treatment plan that may include medications, physical therapy, and other interventions based on the cause and severity of the pain.

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