Care For Your Loved One
Your loved one has had a stroke or another health crisis. You have just left the hospital where you were told that your loved one is not ready to go home. They need additional medical care and you have less than 48 hours to make a decision. Where do you go? How do you decide?
Your first priority is to find a location where your loved one can receive the care they need. Is IV antibiotic required? Is IV feeding (TPN) required? Is specialized dementia or Alzheimer’s programming needed? The Manors provides post hospital care for these conditions as well as for individuals recovering from stroke, surgery, and debilitating diseases. For additional service offerings, click here.
Your second priority is to find a location that is convenient for you and your loved ones to visit. The Manors has communities throughout Wayne County, in Calhoun County, and affiliated properties in Oakland County. For a listing of our communities, click here.
Your third priority is to feel comfortable with the staff who will be taking care of your loved one. The Manors staff is warm, friendly and compassionate. As a faith based company, our mission goes beyond the physical to the spiritual, emotional, and social aspect of life. We are here to assist you and your loved one with this transition. For tips on helping your loved one make a transition to our community, click here.
Your fourth priority is food. Is the food good? Will your loved one have to eat in their room on a tray or is community dining provided? Good tasting food is important to our residents and it is important to us. Trained chefs along with registered dieticians head up our Manors’ culinary teams, creating good food, resident driven menus, and pleasant dining experiences. Residents are encouraged to eat in our dining rooms where they can socialize with other residents.