Periodic wellness checks by general medical providers
Staff-to-resident ratio at least 1:8 at all times
Licensed nurses on-site 24/7
Registered nurse (RN) for higher level of care
Medication administration by licensed nurses
Care issues identified in timely manner via nurse assessments
Professional communication between physicians and nurses to manage care
Secure exits to guard against elopement
Assistance with activities of daily living
Health and Wellness
Our goal is to support your loved one's overall health and well being in the best way we can. We would accept nothing less for our loved ones and will accept nothing less for yours. In order to achieve the best possible healthcare for our residents, we provide exemplary clinical support including: on-site psychiatric evaluations, close collaboration with local medical physicians, and a well-trained staff with licensed nurses on-site at all times.
Though providing excellent healthcare services is of utmost importance to us, we also understand that overall well being of our residents encompasses much more than that. It is also about enlivening and enriching their daily experiences. Here at Brentwood, we have created an activities program to engage our residents with the purpose of doing just that. Examples of some of these activities include our varied therapeutic programs such as: arts and crafts, pet therapy, music therapy, and recreational games.
Healthy, nutritious meals and snacks Accommodation for special dietary requirements (dietician consultation available)
Adaptive, ability-centered enrichment approach for each resident
to see an example of some of the activities available to our residents.
The Specialty Care Assisted Living Program at Brentwood provides secure Dementia and Alzheimer's care, administration of medications by a licensed nurse, and care from a trained staff beyond what a normal assited living can offer.
Here at Brentwood we have a monthly, engaging Activities Calendar
Phone: (256) 381-7443
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