We recognize the different emotional challenges that families face when making these decisions. One of our missions is for you to have “A place you can turn to for support, understanding and care”. What this means, is that we will help you and your loved ones transition into their new home with comfort and ease. We encourage families to be as much involved as they are able to. Visiting hours are not scheduled; you are able to spend as much time as you prefer. We also invite you to join us to participate in any of our community activities.
Our staff spends each day making the residents happy. From our Activity Programming to our Dietary Services, each person strives to make our community a place for your loved one to call home. All of the staff is specially trained in how to provide meaningful daily routine in their everyday life. We enjoy making things fun for everyone and celebrating the lives of those we have come to care for.
Yes. We understand that not all people are on a “to bed at 8 and up at 7” schedule. We have staff that is awake and on duty all night long and are available to meet the needs of individuals as they arise. We also offer snacks, spend quality time and gently redirect them back to sleep.
All employees receive ongoing training in Dementia care needs, diagnosis and other training that promotes both dignity and respect for those we serve. Our staff meets once a month for in-services. We also receive outside training resources from Home Health, Hospice services, and Medical Supply.
Our approach is to create a safe environment that can help your loved one maintain a high quality of life in the face of memory loss. For more information or to schedule a consultation, please contact us today.
281 Sunset Dr, Ontario, OR 97914