Levels of Adult Care – Our experienced staff strives to provide the highest quality care in an environment where maintaining dignity and respect are paramount. It is our goal to help improve the quality of life for everyone that we provide care for.
|1)||Medical: Our team of highly trained dedicated staff can assist with scheduling appointments for doctors, setting up transportation, providing care notes between care agencies, re-ordering prescriptions, or incontinence supplies, medication reminders, assistance with self-administration of medications, medication administration, and diabetes management.|
|2)||Nursing Care: After an interview with family, a review of all information obtained from the resident’s primary care physician and any other medical practitioners, care staff, home health or hospice agencies, and an assessment of the resident – our nurse will determine what level of care is needed for each individual resident and will assist in the creation of a plan of care or service plan to ensure that each resident needs will be met by our wonderful team of caregivers.|
|3)||Independent Living and Supervisory Adult Care: For the resident who is still almost completely independent but can no longer live in their own home due to any number of circumstances, from environmental or safety issues to loneliness and depression. Studies show that regular social interaction with other members of one’s peer group reduces the chances of depression and memory loss.|
|4)||Personal Care: When the resident is no longer able to successfully manage their own activities of daily living, such as; bathing, eating, dressing, toileting, and mobility, our staff is here to step in and help them through this difficult transition with dignity and respect.|
|5)||Directed Care: When the resident has become dependent on others for all adult care needs or is no longer safe in judgment, our highly skilled care staff will be there to provide the care needed to each resident based on their individual care needs.|
|6)||Respite Care: If you are providing senior care for your loved one at home and need a break or a couple days off, here at Pleasant Valley we can facilitate short term stays as well as long term stays. The choice is yours.|
|7)||End of Life Care: When the unthinkable happens, and your loved one develops a chronic or terminal condition, or they simply are just tired and worn down from old age, our staff can meet each individual care needs through the end of life. We work hand in hand with the family and any hospice agency to help ensure all care needs are met.|
|Our experienced staff strives to provide the highest quality care in an environment where maintaining dignity and respect are paramount. It is our goal to help improve the quality of life for everyone that we provide care for.|
When a person gets older, it is almost a given that appointments with the doctor should be made as regular as possible. Sadly, it also becomes harder to arrange the mode of transportation when going to these appointments, which is often the case for seniors who don’t have their driver’s license. Our Prescott adult care home provide in-house medical care so that residents no longer have to make the tiring travel to and from the doctor. It becomes easier than ever to go to those routine checkups without much hassle and struggle on the part of the elderly patient.
Sooner or later, age will no longer be just a number, and it will take a toll on a person’s life, no matter how he or she stops it from happening. Thankfully, you can trust in our level of adult care our residents can make the most out of their precious time, and enjoy the comfortable, safe, and happy life that they deserve.