Long Term Care

Care That Moves You
When your loved one can no longer live independently at home, sometimes nursing home placement or long-term care is the next step. Though, we know it’s not always an easy step.
At Pleasant Valley, our long-term care experts adopt the caregiver role for your loved one, offering assistance or supervision with daily activities and personal care. With around-the-clock specialized care, families can focus on enjoying the moments that matter – like nature walks or sing-alongs. Meanwhile, residents can focus on living a fulfilled and comfortable lifestyle they’re proud of.

 

We treat our residents’ comfort and happiness as our own, and go to great lengths to ensure their needs are being met every step of the way.

A FULL RANGE OF PERSONAL ACTIVITIES

Below are personalized care tasks that our Pleasant Valley residents commonly need support with:

  • Bathing/Dressing
  • Incontinence programs
  • Administering medications
  • Managing pain
  • Physical, speech or occupational therapy
  • Assistance with eating
  • Shopping and running errands
  • Transportation
  • Managing money
  • Doing laundry

 HOW WILL I KNOW WHEN IT’S TIME FOR LONG-TERM CARE?

After your loved one has experienced decreased mobility, sustained an injury, or been diagnosed with a terminal condition, long-term care is often the best and safest solution. Depending on the severity of the medical and physical needs, long-term care can last from a few weeks to several years. However long your stay is, Pleasant Valley is constantly evolving to meet the needs of today’s resident.

 

Long-term care is more common than you think. Studies report at least 60% of people will need long-term medical or personal care at least once during their lifetime.

 

PLEASANT VALLEY IS THE RIGHT CHOICE

If long-term care is what you’re searching for, rest assured that you’re in excellent hands at Pleasant Valley. Our professional caregivers specialize in both medical and personal care, meeting each resident’s needs and requests above and beyond what’s required or even expected. We take the time to listen, observe, and adapt our techniques to fit each person’s preferred care style.

 

ON-SITE ASSESSMENT

Still unsure if long-term care is the next step for your loved one? No worries. Our Community Outreach and Admissions Coordinator, Roberta Henry, is happy to conduct an on-site assessment to help. No commitment required.