Assistance with Activities of Daily Living
Our residents in the main building can expect respectful and caring assistance as they go about daily activities of their own choice and/or with assistance from care-giving staff. The Community and Home-Based Caregivers, in addition to providing personal care such as bathing/showering, oral care/grooming, dressing and undressing, toileting, ambulation, transferring, feeding also provide housekeeping and laundry services.
These residents can expect that their new home will be their own home away from home, shared in community with other residents, who come together to socialize, air grievances and share their knowledge and wisdom with each other and all who choose to visit them.
Early Childhood Education
Provides early learning activities and child care services for children from 1 to 5. Services are prioritized for low income working parents with eligible children.
The day care center currently serves a daily average of 75 children, some who also attend the Montessori school part time and access needed child care services for the remainder of the work day until their parents are able to pick them up after work.
Learning activities including supplies and materials to stipulate language acquisition, cognitive, social and emotional development in very young children.
A staff of 14 day care providers have completed required training by the Department of Human and Social Services including CPR and First Aid.
Skilled Nursing Level of Care
For residents or temporary residents with more demanding health needs, our Adult Care Home will offer more closely supervised nursing and rehabilitation services on the same property. Our three full-time Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) are joined by full-time Community and Home-Based Caregivers, who perform for our skilled nursing residents many of the same services described above.
Residents will receive any necessary medications on the schedule determined when they enter the facility, administered by our nursing staff, and overseen a physician.
They will receive wound care, peg tube feeding, tracheotomy care, physical therapy and other rehabilitation services as per their individual needs. They will be encouraged to take part in Hope House life enrichment activities, including physically non-demanding activities in the Hope House garden, to speed up their recovery and improve their sense of connection.
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