Getting to Know Long-Term Care Options
While you may be familiar with Assisted Living and Memory Care, there are several other types of senior care, often referred to as Long-Term Care by the senior living industry. Getting to know the specifics of this level of care helps you as you plan for the future of your loved one. At Salina Presbyterian Manor, "The way you want to live" isn't just a philosophy — it's our promise to help you enjoy a vibrant and supported life at any age. Guided by Christian values, we offer a full range of Long-Term Care services, including Respite Care, Skilled Nursing and Hospice. Read on to learn more about these types of care and how they can benefit older adults and families looking for comprehensive aging solutions.
Memory Care: Nurturing Cognitive Well-Being
What Is Memory Care?
Memory Care is a specialized type of long-term care designed to meet the needs of individuals facing cognitive challenges, often associated with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. At Salina Presbyterian Manor, The Morrison Center is our dedicated Memory Care neighborhood where seniors facing memory loss have access to personalized care and specialized services in a secure, supportive environment.
Benefits of Memory Care
The goal of Memory Care is to support the cognitive health and emotional well-being of seniors diagnosed with memory disorders. Caregivers receive specialized training to better understand the challenges that accompany dementia and learn techniques for delivering personalized, compassionate care. By providing structured routines, Memory Care allows individuals to attain a sense of consistency and familiarity in their daily lives, minimizing feelings of stress and confusion that often accompany memory loss. When it comes to dementia, environment also plays a key role in well-being. The Morrison Center is a fully secured space that reduces the risk of wandering and features an open, easy-to-navigate layout that allows our residents to maintain their independence.
When Is Memory Care Most Beneficial?
Memory Care becomes important when a loved one’s condition starts to impact their ability to perform daily tasks independently, putting their health and safety at risk. With 24/7 supervision and personalized care, Memory Care at Salina Presbyterian Manor allows those with cognitive conditions to lead active, fulfilling lives while ensuring their cognitive, physical and emotional needs are fully supported.
Skilled Nursing: Expert Care for Complex Needs
What Is Skilled Nursing?
Skilled Nursing at Salina Presbyterian Manor consists of comprehensive, round-the-clock medical care and personalized attention for individuals with complex conditions. Our PATH skilled nurses and partners at Aegis Therapies work to provide personalized support that addresses advanced medical situations and chronic conditions. Tailored to individual health conditions, Skilled Nursing can range from wound care and chronic disease management to pain management and monitoring residents' vital signs.
Benefits of Skilled Nursing
With Skilled Nursing, residents receive specialized care and services from a team of skilled professionals. This can promote overall well-being and address specific health needs with an enhanced level of precision. From medication management to advanced medical therapies and rehabilitation, Skilled Nursing ensures seniors receive the highest standard of care 24/7.
When Is Skilled Nursing Most Beneficial?
Skilled Nursing becomes essential when older individuals face complex health issues or require ongoing medical support. Tailored to meet the evolving needs of each resident, Salina Presbyterian Manor's Skilled Nursing services can be adjusted as needed and offer peace of mind to residents and their families. With these services available on the same campus as our other senior living options, individuals can remain living on our vibrant campus rather than having to transition to a nursing home.
Hospice: Embracing Dignity in Life's Final Chapter
What Is Hospice Care?
Hospice Care provides a compassionate approach to end-of-life care that emphasizes quality of life, comfort and dignity. Tailored to individuals facing terminal illnesses, its services focus on pain management, emotional and spiritual support, and personalized care plans. At Salina Presbyterian Manor, our hospice team is available 24/7, coordinating various services to enhance residents' well-being during their final months and supporting their family members.
Benefits of Hospice Care
Through collaborations with choice hospice providers, Salina Presbyterian Manor creates an environment in which residents can spend their final months surrounded by love and comfort. Hospice Care focuses on pain management, emotional support and enhancement of quality of life during this sacred journey. It also serves as a support system to help families navigate this challenging time.
When Is Hospice Care Most Beneficial?
At Salina Presbyterian Manor, we believe every person deserves to retain their dignity and be treated with respect while receiving compassionate care and quality service at the end of their journey. Hospice Care can play an important role in providing solace to the individual and their family during the final stages of life. Our compassionate team works closely with families to create a personalized plan that respects individual wishes, making a challenging time as comfortable as possible.
Frequently Asked Questions
Navigating the complexities of Long-Term Care can be intimidating. To help you make informed decisions and navigate the process with ease, we've answered some of the common questions about Long-Term Care that seniors and their families have.
What are the living options at Salina Presbyterian Manor?
As a full-service Continuing Care Retirement Community, Salina Presbyterian Manor offers a full spectrum of senior living options: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Long-Term Care. Our Long-Term Care services include restorative nursing, short-term rehabilitation, post-cardiac rehab and post-stroke rehab. We also specialize in end-of-life Hospice Care.
What professional medical care do you offer?
At Salina Presbyterian Manor, we're committed to providing a top-of-the-line health services team to serve seniors' needs beyond basic daily assistance. Our skilled nursing team includes registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and certified nursing assistants who provide 24-hour nursing care. We also offer in-house therapy services, including physical, occupational and speech therapies, to meet the unique health needs of each resident.
Do you accept Medicare or Medicaid?
We proudly accept Medicaid to provide greater financial flexibility to our residents. This helps us ensure that our quality care is accessible to a broader range of older adults and families. However, Medicare doesn't cover Long-Term Care services. Take a look at this guide for an overview of Medicare coverage for skilled nursing.
What do I need to bring on move-in day?
At Salina Presbyterian Manor, we ensure your loved one has all the basics they need to live a comfortable life in our community. Each room has a bed, nightstand, TV and dresser, so residents only need to bring their clothes and personal items. We also encourage seniors and their families to bring decor and furniture items to help create a more customized space that feels like home.
As you continue down life's path, we invite you to discover a place where compassionate care aligns with your personal goals. At Salina Presbyterian Manor, every resident's journey is honored and approached with dignity. Contact us at 785-825-1366 to schedule a tour or speak with our caring team about how we can meet your individual needs.