Skilled Nursing Households
Skilled Nursing is Different Here
Our person first approach means we believe nothing should slow you down. Our skilled nursing households provide the support you need with the freedom and flexibility to live life to the fullest. Family members are welcome any time and there is always a place at the table.
Live with Confidence
The spacious rooms are yours to decorate. Meals are made to order and service is warm and welcoming. The independence, well being and potential people experience in the households give life a new meaning. We do it by listening and providing the support people need to do the things they want to do. Skilled Nursing household residents are members of the train club. They participate in woodshop. They visit and encourage others. If someone wants to do it, there's a way to make it happen here at Garden Spot Village
Of course there are those who need care 24/7 that can no longer do all the things they used to do. Our professional care teams are second to none so you know your loved ones are getting the best care possible.
Live with the Best
Since embarking upon the person-centered model of care in 2006, the Households at Garden Spot Village have experienced international attention. Thousands of professionals and policy-makers from across the United States have visited either for tours or intensive workshops in order to experience the household difference. Delegations have been hosted from Canada, Mexico, Ireland, the U.K. and China. It's a unique living experience that provides a sense of purpose and opportunity for people that require skilled nursing.
Request More Information
Happiness comes from within. At Garden Spot Village, it springs from our interdisciplinary team of experienced nurses, social workers, certified activity directors, dietitians and therapists. And always you.
Whether an individual is recovering from surgery, or has a prolonged condition, we all work together to develop a personal care plan that fosters a sense of community — from the inside out. Our intimate households are home to just 16 to 22 residents where the most important question is: “What would you like to do today?”