Our Trained QMAP assists residents in the ingestion, application, inhalation, or, using universal precautions, rectal or vaginal insertion of medication, including prescription drugs, according to the legibly written or printed directions of the attending physician or other authorized practitioner.
Meals are cooked in house and follow a weekly menu that provides varietal and nutritious selections. Residents are encouraged to share recipes and input on the menu.
Our caregivers are trained and experienced in bathing assistance in a shower and giving a bed bath, as required by the situation.
We encourage our clients to bathe themselves as much as possible and help where help is needed.
Our caregivers develop a bathing routine with your loved one making the process a systematic and professional endeavor.
Our caregivers are trained and experienced in helping choose appropriate clothing and assisting with dressing as required by the situation.
We encourage our clients to dress as much as possible and help where help is needed.
ThriveCare Assisted Living believes in the quality of care and life enrichment of each resident. We offer a variety of engaging activitites from pet therapy, making homemade noodles, gardening, caring for our very own chickens, brain teasers, exercise classes and even bike rides on a TriShaw. These are just a few of the many things we do!
Our goal is to help individuals and their loved ones live happy and fulfilling lives. Volunteers are pivotal in creating social assistance like friendly visits, companionship, entertainment and social outings for residents. Residents want and need help from another person to maintain independence and a social life. Our volunteers offer a variety of life enrichment to our residents.
In-home primary care is the best option for seniors or other adult patients who may have trouble traveling to a doctor’s office for continuing care. Having convenient access to quality medical care reduces stress and anxiety on patients and caregivers as well as provides a holistic care approach.
Our goal is to care for each resident through the end of life. When you enroll in our hospice program, you will be assigned a multidisciplinary team that includes your attending provider, the hospice medical director, a social worker, registered nurse and a spiritual counselor or Chaplain. The team will work with you and your family to es
Our goal is to care for each resident through the end of life. When you enroll in our hospice program, you will be assigned a multidisciplinary team that includes your attending provider, the hospice medical director, a social worker, registered nurse and a spiritual counselor or Chaplain. The team will work with you and your family to establish a holistic plan of care that best suits your goals, values and needs.
We offer palliative care through All Seasons Health with a specialized medical care for residents with serious illnesses. This type of care is focused on providing residents with relief from the symptoms, pain and stress of serious illness, whatever the diagnosis. The goal is to improve quality of life for both the resident and the family.
Our caregivers provide care and attention to the residents health and perineal hygiene. Caregivers usually change or help the resident change their incontinence pads or absorbent underwear. Many benefit from a toileting schedule to prevent incontinent episodes all while maintaining dignity and respect of the resident.
See regular updates from the care team about your loved one. This might be photos, videos, or just a short note that says, “Your mom smiled big today when we looked at your picture.”
Serenity Engage is your HIPAA-compliant connection to your loved ones care when you’re not there.