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Memory Care - Dementia Unit

Clinical Capabilities - in a Nurturing Homelike Environment

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Alpine House - Senior Skilled Care Living

  • Medication management

  • Monitoring Vitals

  • Mobility, transfer and ambulation assistance due to deconditioning, weakness and the aging process

  • Assistance with activities of daily living, dressing and grooming

  • Patients requiring the use of personal care products /incontinence products

  • Insulin Administration & Monitoring of diabetic care of patients who DO NOT manage insulin independently. Sliding Scale Diabetics on multiple Insulin regimens.

  • Artificial feeding tubes that could not be managed independently by the patient

  • Pressure sores or wounds that require on-going treatment but do not skilled nursing services

  • Follow-up with Rehabilitation services such as PT, OT and ST or decline in performance of activities of daily living (ADL)

  • Oxygen therapy and/or other respiratory treatments (inhalers; nebulizers)

  • DEMENTIA : Forgetful or cognitively impaired patients requiring reminders, supervision or oversight

  • Terminal illnesses- HOSPICE CARE

Definitely Yes


  • Patients requiring Home Health Services

  • Major wounds and pressure sores that would require skilled nursing care under delegation and frequent  dressing changes.

  • Established long term ostomies managed by delegated staff

  • Enteral tube feedings (PEG/nasal) managed by delegated staff

  •  Infections that require special precautions

  • Tracheostomy

  • Anticoagulant medications requiring ongoing titration and lab work

  • Assistance with feeding and any kind of special diets such as Mechanical Soft, Chopped, Mechanical Soft-Ground or Pureed – Thick Liquids

  • Patients requiring mental health services with behavioral health concerns

  • Patients requiring subcutaneous or intramuscular injections

  • Patients who require 2 or more person assist with transfers

  • Dehydration case status post IV hydration



  • Intravenous fluids

  • Ventilators or patients requiring Respiratory Therapy (RT)

  • New tracheostomies and patients requiring routine suctioning

  • Patient with active contagious/infectious diseases such as but not limited to Tuberculosis, respiratory MRSA or VRE

  • Orthopedic traction requiring continuous monitoring

  • Unstable medical conditions

  • Behavior management with use physical restraints

  • Exit-seeking behaviors

  • Constant wandering or going in other residents’ rooms (”shoppers”)

  • Suicide watch

  • One-on-One // requiring personal sitter

  • Safety concerns such as but not limited to patients with aggressive behaviors due to cognitive impairment or mental health diagnosis


Private Bedroom - Private Bath - Wheelchair Accessible
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