Marshall Manor’s nursing facility includes dedicated staff and amenities that keep up a high quality of life for hospice patients in our care. Contact us for more information on our hospice care services.
Choosing a hospice care location is one of the most important decisions you can make for your loved one. Finding a location with skilled, capable staff members makes all the difference for the quality of care your family member will receive.
Marshall Manor Nursing & Rehab Center is a nursing facility that has offered skilled, compassionate hospice care for more than thirty years.
What Is Hospice Care?
Hospice care is for someone with a terminal condition in the final stages of life, and it aims to improve the quality of life for patients. This generally includes a focus on pain management and may extend to social and emotional aspects. Hospice includes medical care, but the goal is the treatment of symptoms, not a full recovery.
The goal of hospice is to provide skilled care for a loved one at the end of life, keeping them as comfortable and happy as possible. Because of the nature of hospice care, you may want to prioritize finding a care facility with helpful amenities.
What Are Signs of a Good Hospice Care Center?
When choosing a hospice care center, it’s important to consider the available amenities for your loved one. Therapy and rehabilitation are two services that can improve the quality of life for hospice patients, helping them to manage pain and stay physically active. Therapy may also focus on specific ailments, such as pneumonia, a broken hip or knee, amputations, and other physical issues.
At Marshall Manor’s hospice care, we utilize a team of skilled staff members, including 24-hour skilled nursing coverage, so you can feel confident in our ability to care for your loved one.
Qualified, professional staff members are available to care for your family and keep them safe throughout the day. Our facility also has a social worker to help with transfers from a hospital or other location.
Social activity and personal care are two important aspects of hospice care that are often overlooked. Both of these activities can improve the quality of life immensely for hospice patients.
We offer a schedule of planned social activities for patients in our care because people are social creatures and our patients enjoy the opportunity to interact with each other.
The barbershop and beauty parlor give patients the chance to look and feel good about themselves, with a new haircut or dye job.