Compassionate care in a skilled nursing facility Dyer:
It’s often true that people don’t think about skilled nursing care until the need arises for services for an aging parent, a spouse or another family member. Many times that person comes to the point that they need more assistance than a caregiver can provide. Other times it is a hospital stay that begins the process. A skilled nursing home is a place where long and short-term care are provided to people who need rehabilitation services, or struggle with serious or ongoing health issues. These conditions are too complex to be handled with home care or in an assisted living facility.
Skilled nursing homes provide high level nursing care around the clock, as well as daily assistance and rehabilitation services. Some of the specific services may include: rehabilitation after fractures or joint replacement, wound care, acute medical conditions, respiratory services, terminal illness care, post-stroke care, and diabetic rehabilitation. This is only a partial list of all the services a skilled nursing facility might provide.
The staff at our skilled nursing facility Dyer works with each individual patient and their family to customize their care plan, so that the care they receive exactly reflects that person’s needs and preferences. We help people recover and rehabilitate with dignity. Our goal is to give each of our clients the compassionate care, personal attention, and high quality medical care they deserve.