Services | Elder Care Alliance

By: Elder Care Alliance  09-12-2011
Keywords: skilled nursing, Assisted Living, senior care

Our comprehensive range of services is intended to make each resident’s daily life as comfortable as possible. Three carefully prepared meals are served in a vibrant, social atmosphere; housekeeping is seen to by an attentive staff; and coordination of such basics as utilities and transportation are the responsibility of Elder Care Alliance.

As we age, our need for assistance in everyday life may increase. Elder Care Alliance acknowledges, however, that we all vary in our level of service needed. Additionally, many of us will develop special needs – physical or cognitive – that will clearly exceed what our family and friends can reasonably provide at home. This is why we offer a varying range of senior care services across our communities.

With many years of experience, our staff can be considered expert referral sources for all kinds of services for older adults. If your online visit to our website does not confirm that we provide the desired services and programs at the community nearest you, please contact us. We may offer the appropriate level of care under a different name or at another of our communities.

  • Assisted Living: Elder Care Alliance’s Assisted Living services are designed for older adults who may need assistance with activities of daily living, including medication management and personal care. We offer the security of knowing that assistance is always there when needed, but that the greatest possible sense of independence is maintained.

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  • Memory Care: Memory loss impacts many older adults, yet the symptoms and appropriate levels of care and treatment differ significantly among individuals. We consider ourselves leaders in the area of Memory Care. Elder Care Alliance has designed safe, secure, and supportive memory care programs within our communities so that we can offer a range of care levels. We are also progressive in our approach, believing that much can be done to enrich each individual’s daily life. If you have questions, please contact us; we are happy to share our philosophy and invite you to tour our community.

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  • CCRC: Continuing Care Retirement Community
    Many older adults opt for a Continuing Care Retirement Community, or “CCRC”. These communities offer the widest range of care services from living through skilled nursing. This allows residents to remain within the same community as their needs progress, in all but the most extenuating circumstances. This program is ideal for people who want to preserve the relationships they develop over the years with other residents and staff who anticipate that a spouse may age at a different pace. Please contact us to discuss this program.
  • Skilled Nursing: For those who may need a higher level of care for a short term rehabilitation or for a longer term we offer skilled nursing services. Elder Care Alliance’s Skilled Nursing services are often praised as being both technically excellent and wonderfully personal. We consider our role as care providers to be equally important from a medical standpoint and in terms of honoring the human spirit. Our residents are comforted by the knowledge that they will receive the necessary care, to the greatest extent possible, without leaving the community they love.
  • Care Coordination: The Elder Care Alliance Care Coordination Program is designated to assist Religious Congregations and Dioceses in planning for health and long term care needs of members. Care Coordinators are skilled professionals, trained in gerontology, social work, nursing and/or counseling, who insure that appropriate health and psychological services are made available to, and utilized by individual members.  Care Coordinators perform a variety of functions based on the needs of a particular community or diocese.

Keywords: Assisted Living, continuing care, elder care, senior care, Senior Care Services, skilled nursing