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When an aging loved one faces a difficult time in life, he or she may feel discomfort about losing the ability to live independently. Learning about various senior options can help your loved one adapt to a new lifestyle. Perhaps a single resident room would increase the feeling of independence. Perhaps the presence of a roommate would enhance a feeling of security. Since Generations Center for Senior Living provides skilled nursing, therapy and rehabilitation all on one campus we are uniquely able to offer varying arrangements for comfortable living.
Skilled NursingContact Us!
Long-term care and short-term care, including rehabilitation services subsequent to surgery or illness, are provided at Generations by our skilled nursing staff of registered nurses, nurse practitioners, physical and occupational therapists, dietitians, and a dedicated office staff and maintenance crew.
How do I know if my loved one needs skilled nursing?Contact Us!
A short-term stay in skilled nursing most often occurs after a hospital stay, post-surgery, if a resident needs to receive I/V antibiotics, or to transition from intensive hospital care to a slightly lower level of nursing care. Usually there is a transition either back to home with Home Health Care providers or to an Assisted Living community.
At other times a long-term move to a skilled nursing facility occurs because a senior can acquire needed care in a financially feasible way.
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At Generations, we welcome your questions, whether you're interested in moving or just learning about senior living and will answer all as fully as possible. If you'd like more information, want to schedule a visit or have questions, please contact us.