The CARE Unit is a team of highly trained and experienced registered nurses and case managers who provide information, assistance and streamlined access to services that help with home and facility based long term care needs for all ages, including:

  • Assessments: evaluations of individuals' home care needs with referrals and recommendations for appropriate community services
  • Adult Day Care: a protective setting offered for those who cannot be left alone due to health care and social needs
  • Case Management: assistance for families in accessing the needs of older adults and making arrangements for services to help them remain independent
  • Home Health Services: help with activities such as skilled nursing visits, medication management, light housekeeping, and assistance with meal preparation
  • Personal Care: assistance for individuals who need help with bathing, dressing, walking, eating, running errands and housekeeping
  • PRI (Patient Review Instrument): nursing evaluations to determine level of care needed by a person when alternate living arrangements are needed
  • Respite Care - a break for caregivers who provide ongoing supervision and care of a person with a functional limitation
  • Supportive Services - friendly visiting, home delivered meals, nutrition counseling, transportation and more