Rae-Ann provides comprehensive and compassionate support for individuals with long-term care needs. Our interdisciplinary team meets to develop an individualized care plan for each resident that is constantly updated. This plan begins with a family conference and includes medication management, activities of daily living, social needs, and therapy.
Restorative therapy helps maintain and improve a resident’s level of functioning through patterned activities. Rae-Ann’s physical and occupational therapists establish daily plans for restorative therapy for long-term residents.
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
ADLs are daily self-care activities such as bathing, eating, bathroom assistance, dressing, transferring, and continence. The nursing staff at Rae-Ann provides full ADL support to long-term residents.
Rae-Ann staff members are well-trained on short-term and long-term memory in order to recognize and address dementia issues, approach dementia patients, and communicate with them, and improve and maximize their quality of life.