Williams Manor provides a unique and personal care experience to embrace you as a resident of a household rather than a resident of a facility. Here you don't just abide, but you live...in a welcoming and supportive community you are glad to call home...because it feels that way.
Equally important, is our team approach to your 24 hour care. We realize that our well-being and daily needs are met on multiple levels. This is how we live our everyday lives and this continues at Williams Manor. We surround you with a caring professional team to contribute to your social, emotional and physical needs.
Our approach focuses on care for you as a whole person. We build a program that is personalized and designed to your choices and supporting essentials. Our plan's goal goes far beyond the basics, instead seeking to maximize your overall quality of life, wherever you are.
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand the therapeutic benefits a pet can have on any person. Whether it’s a nuzzle of a snout, a lick of the wrist, a gentle purring or the sleekness of an angelfish in a tank, animals have an amazing ability to make humans feel good.
Pet therapy builds on the pre-existing human-animal bond. Interacting with a friendly pet can help many physical and mental issues. It can help reduce blood pressure and improve overall cardiovascular health. It can also release endorphins that produce a calming effect. This can help alleviate pain, reduce stress, and improve your overall psychological state.
For some people, creating artwork is a full time job and lifelong dream they’ve worked hard to fulfill. For others, art is simply a hobby they enjoy doing from time to time. Using paint, clay, pencils, etc., is a way to express themselves and create something from nothing, a satisfying experience to see through from start to finish.
Regardless of the motivation behind creating artwork, art also has long been known to have therapeutic benefits, and can be especially beneficial to older individuals. Recent studies have shown that seniors who participate in art programs tend to visit the doctor and use medications less, as well as experience less depression.