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Assisted Living Care Plans

Individualized Care Plans

Our residents are part of an “age in place” process. This means there is always a change of condition occurring even though sometimes very subtle. Therefore care plans are constantly evolving.

The care plan begins even before the person becomes a resident. It starts in their home, rehab facility or hospital. It begins with a pre-assessment. This pre-assessment is conducted by our administrator or licensee.

It is a very important part of the process to insure that the resident is compliance with our skill set and that we have a clear understanding of their needs.

During the pre-assessment we are engaging the resident in conversation to help determine cognitive functions, take them for a walk to check ambulation, talk about diet, etc. We gather a great deal of information to help us form a beginning care plan. It also allows us to connect and begin bonding with the resident to help with a smooth transition.

Once the resident is moved in, we formalize a care plan with is a starting point. It includes obtaining a physicians report from the primary doctor and understanding the resident medication needs and instructions from the doctor.

Care plans include the following:

  • Socialization
  • Emotional
  • Mental
  • Physical Health
  • Functioning Skills

These Care Plan Segments Include:

  • Objectives
  • Time Frame
  • Persons(s) responsible for implementation
  • Method of evaluating progress.

 

Care plans are adjusted every 90 days or sooner if necessary.

  • “Thanks so much for keeping us in the loop. It is so good to know that you are in charge of [Name is privacy protected] comfort and care. Your homes are appropriately called Loving Care for that's what you seem to offer every step of the way. (I would suggest you add Efficient Loving Care.) Looking forward to seeing you [for our loved one's move in] . All the best, [privacy protected] ”


  • “I know you hear this frequently but when our loved ones are at a distance it is very reassuring to know they are in such good hands. We...feel completely at ease knowing you are taking the best care of [Name is privacy protected]...”


  • “Thank you for all the L&C given to my father this year. I am so grateful for all of you. May the new year be blessed by God.”