Christian Homes Care Community is a provider of quality housing and health care services. It is our pledge to offer choice, respect, privacy and independence to everyone who desires to be a part of our community.
Whether you are looking for services for yourself, a family member, or a friend, we hope that at Christian Homes Care Community you will experience our vision and values in practice.
Christian Homes Care Community offers nursing home care for those who have medical needs. At times this care may be for a short period of time as an individual recuperates from illness or injury, and at other times this care may be longer to meet the human growth person’s need.
Our concern is for the dignity and well-being of each individual as we seek to meet their needs through our services.
Our rooms are private and shared, and we encourage our residents to bring their own belongings to enhance the warm and friendly environment.
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Skilled Nursing Care
Our focus is to provide 24-hour nursing care and supportive services. Our services include skilled care for individuals whose conditions are complex and/or medically unstable, and custodial care for those who need assistance with medications, oxygen, personal cares, or usual daily activities like walking, eating, or bathing. We also provide a special environment for those who may wander, such as for those afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease.
Christian Homes is certified as a provider of both Medicare Part A and Part B services. Medicare is the federal government’s health insurance program for people 65 years of age and older. It also covers many people who are disabled.
Medicare Part A
Medicare has certified Christian Homes to deliver Part A services because we have the staff and equipment to give skilled nursing care, skilled rehabilitation therapies, and other related health services.
Skilled Care” is health care given when you need skilled nursing or rehabilitation staff to manage. observe, and evaluate your care. However, Medicare does not cover custodial care. “Custodial Care” is care that helps you with usual daily activities like walking, eating, or bathing. It may also include care that most people do themselves, such as using eye drops, oxygen, and taking care of catheters. Christian Homes delivers both skilled and custodial care services.
Generally skilled care is available only for a short time after hospitalization. Custodial care may be needed for a much longer period of time. Read more here!
Medicare Part B
Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) helps cover your doctors’ services, outpatient hospital care, and some other medical services that Part A does not cover, such as some of the services of physical, speech, and occupational therapists. Part B helps pay for these covered services and supplies when they are medically necessary. You pay a Medicare Part B premium to obtain Part B benefits.
Individuals who live at Christian Homes Care Community have differing needs. That is why we offer a number of on-site Special Services. To learn more, click on the services listed at your right. Read more here.
In conjunction with area hospice programs, we provide supportive care to individuals who have special needs during the final stages of terminal illness.
Individuals who live at Christian Homes Care Community have differing needs. That is why we offer a number of on-site Special Services.
Residents receiving Memory Care services will reside in our Daisy Drive neighborhood. Candidates for Memory Care will be assessed by Nursing and Social Services representatives to determine if they meet the admission criteria we have developed. The Candidate (and any personal representative) are asked to be involved in the placement decision. Each resident is assessed and their individual needs are determined. The SNU has 14 private rooms, a common dining and living area with an adjacent enclosed courtyard. All meals and snacks are served in the Unit. The Daisy Drive doors are closed and secured to provide security for those who wander. Activities are provided by activity staff and direct care staff. The chaplain conducts a weekly service in the unit plus personal visits.
Rehab to Home - Therapy Services
Post-acute Rehab in a facility has many benefits during recovery. They provide skilled nursing care with routine Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy. This has contributed to a decrease in readmission to Hospitals and a faster recovery Nationwide.