Long-term care is designed to provide around the clock supervised medical care, as well as assistance with daily living activities like eating, dressing and grooming. Long-term assisted living communities offer many services and amenities above and beyond medical care for their residents, including social activities, transportation and general housekeeping.
Although long-term care may be needed by people of any age, it is usually more commonly associated with seniors.
Long-term nursing care is necessary for seniors affected by a chronic illness, injury or disability and can no longer care for themselves for extended lengths of time. Long-term nursing offers seniors a higher level of care by skilled health care professionals to aid in recovery and relief from their conditions.
The care provided by a long-term skilled nursing facility may include all forms of therapy — physical, occupational and speech and hearing therapies.
At Concordia, long-term care is provided in our on-site health care center. Residents will enjoy private or semi-private rooms and health care programs designed to meet their specific needs. You’ll find comfort in our compassionate, skilled staff of professionals ready to help you make the most out of every day.