Nursing Care :
Nursing Homes are a care option for seniors that need 24-hour healthcare and assistance with personal care, but don't quite need to be in a hospital. These homes for the most part can vary from a neighborhood setting, to a hospital-like environment, and have on-site medical professionals and professional staff. Nursing Homes generally provide an alternate residence for seniors that don't have home care as an option. Because each place is different and offer different services, contact Schulman & Schachne Institute first to see what care amenities there meet your expectations.
Alzheimer's Care :
Alzheimer's care communities typically provide housing and particular care to seniors living with Alzheimer's disease. These communities are a senior care option for families whose loved ones need supervision in a contained environment. Get more information about what care services Schulman & Schachne Institute offers, and how it corresponds with your needs.
Respite Care-Short Term Stay :
Respite Care or short-term stay usually offers interim housing for loved ones and a temporary break to caregivers that routinely provide support care for their loved ones. The break generally planned can range from hours at a time, to several days. Caregivers that opt for this help can expect a variety of services and amenities depending on which provider they choose. Touching bases with Schulman & Schachne Institute is the best way to learn about your respite care or short-term stay choices.