Providing a Home Through Skilled Nursing Care
Our suite of services is comprehensive, and designed to provide our residents with the person-centered care they need.
A nursing home is normally the highest level of care for older adults outside of a hospital. Nursing homes provide what is called custodial care, including getting in and out of bed, and providing assistance with feeding, bathing, and dressing.
Nursing homes differ from other senior housing facilities in that they also provide a higher level of medical care. A licensed physician supervises each patient’s care and a nurse or other medical professional is almost always on the premises. Skilled nursing care is available onsite, 24 hours a day. Other medical professionals, such as occupational or physical therapists, are also available. This allows the delivery of medical procedures and therapies onsite that would not be possible in other housing.
The label “nursing home” has negative connotations for many people. Yet nursing homes provide an important component of senior housing options. It’s important to separate nursing home myths from facts.
Rossberg Memory Care
In our secure dementia care settings, we provide treatment of Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia. Communication strategies, validation therapy, redirection, and behavior management are needed to ensure a high quality of life, without the use of dangerous behavior modification drugs.
Our care team recognizes and diffuses difficult situations as they arise, before they can build, staying ahead of potential troublesome issues characteristic of the disease process. Within our secure dementia care units, we relieve anxieties for both residents and families while providing care in a comfortable, homey setting.
Our environments allow for higher quality visits with your loved one and confidence they are being provided both medical and dementia care. Our mission puts your loved one first, giving the personal attention residents and families desire.
We promote independence and focus on wellness by offering a mix of life skills through group activities and structured programs. Activities are tailored toward individual preferences, with a focus on positive, enjoyable interests that meet resident needs.
As professionals, we know dementia and Alzheimer’s are difficult for families. To assist in alleviating some of the stress brought on by this disease, we facilitate support group meetings and we are also available to privately discuss any concerns families may have.
Around The Clock Personal Care
Receive restorative programs and personal care assistance in your daily living activities. Nurses are on staff 24 hours a day to monitor condition changes, provide skilled care, and if needed to manage your medications.
We work with you to return home as quickly as possible. We provide a wide array of therapy services through Rural Rehabilitation Services in house. Occupational, physical, and speech therapists work to ensure short-term residents get home in proper shape, and long-term residents retain and improve mobility and strength.
Resident’s days are enriched by a variety of activities. While residents can enjoy activities on their own, we encourage participation in our many group activities. Some of our favorite group activities are; BINGO, card games, current events, music events, exercise groups and shopping trips. In addition we plan fun outings throughout the year which are typically voted on through our resident council.
We take a great deal of pride in our food service. Beyond meeting your nutritional and dietary needs, we train all staff through Kind Dining to ensure that our residents are provided with top notch service. Our restaurant-style settings and varied dining areas give residents quality and choice. Snacks are also offered throughout the day and available by request.
As a not-for-profit Christian organization, we are as concerned with residents’ spiritual enrichment as we are about physical health and well being. Our Pastoral Care services provide spiritual care for all residents, this involves personal attention to the individual needs of each resident. The chaplain works with local clergy to meet the denominational needs regarding religious services and spiritual guidance for our residents.