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Nursing Homes in San Antonio, TX
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1.Retama Manor Nursing Ctr
501 Ogden St
Nursing & Convalescent HomesResidential Care FacilitiesNursing Homes-Skilled Nursing FacilityHomes-Institutional & Aged
Retama Manor North is a 110-plus-bed nursing facility that offers a range of health and medical care services. It provides treatment solutions for patients with Alzheimer's disease. The center also offers a range of dementia, hospice and respite care services. Retama Manor North provides a variety of intravenous and rehabilitative therapy solutions. Additionally, it offers financial assistance through third-party lending institutions. Located in San Antonio, Retama Manor North is a part of New LifeStyles Online.
2.Pecan Valley Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center
3838 E Southcross Blvd
Assisted Living & Elder Care ServicesRehabilitation ServicesNursing Homes-Skilled Nursing Facility
3.Seniors Helping Seniors
170 Babcock Rd
Nursing Homes-Skilled Nursing FacilityNursing & Convalescent HomesAssisted Living FacilitiesAssisted Living & Elder Care Services
Our company is one of 150 + Seniors helping Seniors companies. We are located throught the United States and are a franchise community. We offer non medical in home care. Our care includes transportation services, companion care, cooking, light cleaning and gardening just to name a few.
4.Primrose Lane Adult Day Care
6812 Bandera Rd
Nursing & Convalescent HomesAlzheimer's Care & ServicesAssisted Living & Elder Care ServicesAdult Day Care Centers
At Primrose Lane we understand the economic challenges that individuals face when the need long term care arises. Primrose Lane has partnered and contracted with several organizations that provide financial assistance or reimbursement for long term care. The following information highlights several excellent financial options that can help ease the financial burdens associated with the specialized care older adults require. Adult Day Care services are included in the VHA Standard Medical Benefits Package. All enrolled Veterans are eligible if they meet the clinical need for day care services. The benefit can cover services up to 5 times a week. Primrose Lane is contracted with the Veterans Administration to provide day care services in Bexar County. Call today to start receiving exceptional care for your loved one and the much needed respite for you with no out of pocket expense. Star+Plus offers health care for people who have Medicaid and Medicare. It also provides Adult Day Care services for people ho are elderly, and have a long lasting illness. Some people in STAR+Plus get both Medicare and Medicaid. They receive regular health care through Medicare and long-term care services such as Adult Day Care through Medicaid. In STAR+PLUS, long-term care services are provided through a health plan (also called a health maintenance organization or HMO). Primrose Lane has contracted with Amerigroup and Molina to provide Adult Day Care services to older adults up to 5 times per week. Primrose Lane is a Licensed Day Activity and Health Services facility that provides daytime services to individuals living in the community as an alternative to living in a nursing home or other institution. You must meet these eligibility criteria: •you must be a Medicaid recipient to get Title XIX services; and •your income and resources may not exceed specified limits to get Title XX services To apply for services contact Texas Department of Aging & Disability Services at: 1-888-902-9990. LTC plans pay for care and services needed by elderly or disabled individuals that are not covered by regular health insurance. Benefit payments from these policies are triggered when the elderly or disabled individuals are unable to do at least two of six Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) on their own (eating, bathing, toileting, continence, dressing and transferring). While there are LTC plans that are comprehensive and cover a myriad of services, some policies are bought to pay for services provided only in facilities such as adult day care centers and assisted living facilities. Life Care Funding converts a Life Insurance Policy into a Long Term Care Benefit Plan to help seniors pay for Day Care, Assisted Living and Nursing Home Care. Founded in 2007, Life Care Funding assists people in need of funds to cover the costs of long term care by converting the death benefit of an in-force life insurance policy into a Long Term Care Benefit Plan. •Simple, no-cost application and no-obligation review process •No age minimum •No premium payments •All types of in-force life insurance quality •Monthly payment made directly to care provider/facility •Provides funeral expense
5.Village At Incarnate Word
4301 Broadway St
Nursing & Convalescent HomesNursing Homes-Intermediate Care FacilityBail BondsAssisted Living & Elder Care Services
Incarnate Word Retirement Community, located in San Antonio, is a nonprofit retirement living facility. It is spread over an area of more than 150 acre of landscaped grounds. The center offers a wide range of social and recreational programs. The various amenities include independent and assisted living, extended care and arts centers, assisted living for individuals suffering from Alzheimer's disease, community kitchen, and beauty salon and barbershop. The center is also accessible to the community s churches, shopping centers, banks and restaurants. The community s Alzheimer's assisted living provides a variety of services and amenities, that include individual program for residents with Alzheimer's and related memory disorders, support groups, educational programs and referral services, individualized behavioral management, medication management, and housekeeping and laundry services. Incarnate Word Retirement Community offers its services and programs through various licensed nursing staff.
6.Heartland Health Care Center-San Antonio North
7703 Briaridge Dr
Nursing & Convalescent HomesNursing Homes-Skilled Nursing FacilityOccupational TherapistsPhysical Therapists
Heartland Health Care Centers’ skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers offer post-acute services for those transitioning from hospital to home. This specialized quality care helps shorten or eliminate hospital stays, laying the groundwork for a successful discharge. Some of these services include: high-intensity physical, occupational and speech therapies, cardiac recovery, stroke and other neurological recovery care, skin and complex wound care, I.V. services, diabetes management, oncology care, and orthopedic and joint replacement recovery. With individualized programs and a variety of post-acute services, including a specialized MedBridge unit, Heartland offers rehab hospital caliber health care options to meet the unique needs of patients and ensure that they receive outcomes-oriented care that will speed their recovery and their return home.
7.Arden Courts of San Antonio
15290 Huebner Rd
Nursing & Convalescent HomesAssisted Living FacilitiesAssisted Living & Elder Care ServicesRetirement Communities
Of the things I count as blessings in my life, Arden Courts is definitely on that list. A couple of years ago I needed to move my mother, who lived out of state, closer to us due to her health. My wife and I looked at several places and the few we had some interest in would not take a person with early Alzheimer's disease. By chance the Admissions Director for Arden Courts was at one of the locations on business and heard of our story. She suggested we visit Arden Courts. My wife toured as I was out of state. After touring she said was excited and wanted me to tour when I got back. I am really glad I did.\r \r The things that have meant the most to my Mother and to our family are: the staff, the staff and the staff. From the Director to the Office staff, Nursing, Maintenance, Caregivers, and many others, it is clear THEY CARE. They know the resident's names and check on them regularly. They COMMUNICATE with the family on a regular basis. They are involved and supportive. You feel welcome and are encouraged to visit and get involved.\r \r The caregivers are attentive and compassionate. They are always helping and working with the residents. This is a real strength vs. some other locations I have seen. The residents actually get dressed everyday and there are activities and things for them to do. It is a more vibrant setting and culture. At many traditional nursing home or assisted living locations, turnover is a huge problem. While Arden Courts does have turnover, it is far lower is comparison which gives more consistency to the care. This means more peace of mind for us as a family for sure.\r \r One place we visited prior to Arden Courts made a big deal of that fact that they separated the residents by their stages of Alzheimer's Disease. While this seemed a positive at first, I am glad that Arden Courts doesn't do this. It presents many issues and for the resident there is the confusion and disruption of yet another 'relocation' to another room or wing causing them even more stress. There are also issues of yet another staff having to get familiar with the resident which again causes lack of consistency in the care. I have found familiarity, routine and consistency are critical. I find that Arden Courts offers us that.\r \r The Arden Court's facility is kept CLEAN and is well maintained. Another sign of caring. All the rooms are private rooms, an unusual thing today and a real plus as it is hard enough adjusting to not living on your own without also adjusting to a roommate. The rooms are furnished and, although you are encouraged to add personal things to make them more like home, you don't have to spend a lot of added money or time in doing this. Also, the residents can actually go outside at anytime! What a great thing - a feeling of freedom and independence.\r \r While there are numerous assisted living and nursing 'homes' out there, there are relatively few that are real HOMES. I can truly say that Arden Courts feels more like home and family for us and that is a great thing when facing the challenges of having a loved one with Alzheimer's disease.\r \r Thank you for the opportunity to comment on our experience and for taking the time to read this. I appreciate all you do!\r \r Sincerely,\r \r Gary \r
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