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Skilled Nursing

Clinical care with the comforts of home.

A Senior Care Centers Skilled Nursing Facility, often referred to as a SNF, offers 24/7 licensed nursing care in a comfortable, residential setting. A SNF primarily provides services for patients who require medical or nursing care or who can benefit from rehabilitation. Typical skilled care services may include:

  • Physical, Occupational and/or Speech Therapy
  • Rehabilitation
  • Intravenous Therapy
  • Post-surgical Stabilization
  • Pulmonary Management
  • Wound Care Management

In addition, a Senior Care Centers SNF provides assistance with the administration of medications and can aid in a variety of daily living needs including dressing, bathing, walking, and eating.

When a family member is unable to provide the necessary care for a loved one, the responsible decision is to choose a setting where that individual’s unique needs can be met. A Senior Care Centers SNF is staffed with compassionate and knowledgeable professionals who truly value the individuality and integrity of each resident for whom they care. The following factors may help determine if a loved ones will benefit from skilled nursing care

Have questions about skilled nursing? ›

Skilled nursing care can leave you with a lot of questions. We are here to help you understand everything from how to pay for care to what you need to bring when you come to one of our communities. Other questions could include:

  • Is Skilled Nursing like a hospital?
  • How long are my care benefits?
  • Can I do my loved one’s laundry?
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How are skilled nursing and assisted living different? ›

On the surface, Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing may seem similar. However, there are some distinct differences in levels of care each provide, as well as the payment options and community environment. 

  • How do I pay for assisted living?
  • If I am mobile, is skilled nursing appropriate for me? 

How can I pay for skilled nursing services? ›

There are many ways to pay for skilled nursing services, and we work with people to navigate which option would be best for them. Follow this link to learn more about these options. 

  • Medicare and Medicaid
  • Private long term care insurance
  • Private insurance coverage and private pay