Ministering to Physical Needs
Morrow Home Community is equipped to manage a wide range of health care needs… from simple medication administration on up to rehabilitative and restorative nursing care. Many residents require multiple forms of specialized health care. To maximize the benefits of such care and to serve the needs of the individual as a whole person, we utilize person-centered care.
This approach opens communication among each resident’s various caregivers and helps develop the most effective coordinated program for that individual.
Good nutrition is particularly essential to the health and well-being of the elderly. We are well known for serving our residents attractive, delicious, as well as nutritious meals.
Active involvement is a hallmark of our care. We believe that having our residents up, dressed, and well-groomed each day has a remarkable, positive effect on their health and outlook.
Ministering to spiritual needs
As Christians, we believe that faith sustains both body and soul, so you will find that spiritual health and enrichment play an integral part in the care provided at Morrow Home Community.
Area pastors lead regular group worship services, participate in Bible studies, and provide individual counseling. In addition, a unique program involving sensory stimulation provides a worship opportunity for those who mental faculties are impaired.
Our Director of Pastoral Care also maintains close relationships with local pastors to see that the spiritual needs of all our residents and residents are fulfilled.
We provide specialized dementia care services for fourteen residents in the Memory Care Household. Dementia Care Services Special Care Households are designed specifically for the dementia resident. Dementia-trained caregivers provide care in a home-like setting while excessive stimulation is limited. Activites focus on resident’s strengths to promote their quality of life. In addition, family support and education are available to help families cope with their loved one’s disease.
We offer short-term care to allow family caregivers a break in full-time caring.
Quality physical, occupational, and speech therapy services are available within our facility.
Comfort End-of-Life Care
At Morrow Home Community, our 24-hour-a-day nursing staff will provide special care for the end-of-life resident. We work closely with the physician to assure the highest level of comfort is provided with dignity and compassion.