Types of Care
Our entire staff is 100% committed to the comfort and care of every resident, regardless of his/her specific neeeds. Whether it be closer supervision, medication monitoring and management or specialized g-tube feeding, the staff and specialists at Nataly's possess all the skills and professional experience to provide ongoing comfort and care, while alleviating the burden and concerns of our residents' loved ones.
Assisted living is for residents who require a bit more care and assistance of a skilled nurse. Our assisted living residents typically have their own room.
Residens need extra care and medication management and will eventually require 24-hour supervised care in catered settings.
Memory & Dementia Care
Residents need catered care because of the need for medication mangement, and typically need extra attention in a secure setting.
This is a tube that is inserted through the abdomen that delivers nutrition directly to the stomach since that may be the only way to get nutrition for the patient. Nataly is specially trained for this and has a Dr. on call who special trained in G-tube feeding.
Provides the residents with basic procedures or medications that helps patients manage pain and provide them comfort.
We provide supportive care to people in the final phase of a terminal illness and focus on comfort and quality of life. The goal is to keep our patients comfortable and free of pain, so that they live each day as fully as possible.
Palliative care is considered care that is essentially one step prior to hospice care. This is specialized medical care for people with serious illness. They focus on medication management and help to improve quality of life for the patient.
They work with the Development Disabilities Association if they do have a resident in their home who needs that. They don't have that often. She didn't say much about it but if they did have a patient it would be the DDA who would put together a care plan for that individual.