What is Nursing Care?
Nursing Care refers to the personal care received at the Health Care Center. This includes skilled services such as IV therapies, dialysis, and feeding tubes.
How do I pay for Nursing Care?
We accept private pay, long-term care insurance, Veteran’s Benefits, Medicare, and are a Medicaid provider.
What is Rehabilitation?
Rehabilitation is a collection of therapies and services offered at the Health Care Center to regain skills and increase strength, mobility, and balance. These are most frequently given after strokes, injuries, and debilitating illnesses.
How do I pay for Rehabilitation?
Often times, Medicare will pay for a portion of your rehabilitation if you have a qualified hospital stay. We also accept private pay, long-term care insurance, Veteran’s Benefits and are a Medicaid provider.
Can I get therapy?
Yes! Brethren Care Village offers physical, occupational, and speech therapy. Our therapists are highly trained, caring, and compassionate.
What kind of amenities do you offer?
We offer Cable TV, free Internet Access, telephone, and professional beauty and barber services to make your stay as homey as possible.
What kind of life enrichment activities do you offer?
At Brethren Care, we encourage our residents to be as active and involved as possible. That is why we have a full social and event calendar that includes bingo, cards, crafts, and church services. We have several programs that are designed for varying levels of ability. This includes our “Club” program for residents with mild memory loss and a Namaste program that is designed to enrich the lives of people with severe memory loss.
How do I get more information?
Contact Dann Simmons, RN, Director of Nursing at (419) 606-0299