Frailty & Physical Dependence
Nursing assistants and other trained staff are always there to assist your family member in ambulating and moving through all of our activities throughout the day. Activities are adapted for specific physical challenges so that no one ever feels left out. Yes, seniors that are wheelchair bound are very welcomed in our centers.
Our centers provide a safe and secure environment for those with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia. Our staff is well trained in behavior management techniques.
Stroke & Parkinson’s
More intensive assistance with personal care, eating, and bathing are provided by professional staff. Every center has a walk-in shower or whirlpool tub to assist with bathing. We are even able to provide care for those with feeding tubes in a respectful manner in the privacy of our nurse’s clinic.
We, at Pristine, strives to meet the needs of participants who need chronic care management. Observation, health monitoring, therapeutic diets, personal care (including bathing), medication administration and assistance with ambulation (wheelchairs welcome) are many of the ways we strive the highest quality of care.
Isolation and Depression
We provide emotional support and social stimulation at a level designed to adapt to the needs of your family member. Thus, individual, small group activities and special interest groups help your family members develop friendships and rediscover their interests at a pace that is comfortable for them.
In these most sensitive moments, we help your loved one with gentleness and patience so they always keep their dignity. We will respectfully assist your loved one with toileting, bathing, and eating. Our experienced staff is properly trained and certified to handle issues with toileting, eating, and bathing — such as transfers –giving you peace of mind that your loved one is safe.