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Long-Term Care


Long-term care is when a person requires assistance with his or her physical or emotional needs over an extended period of time. The need might be due to a terminal condition, disability, illness, injury, or the challenges of old age. The need for long-term care may only last for a few weeks or months, or it may go on for years as is customary in a traditional nursing home. 


Greenwood provides the services, supplies, and expertise that your family member needs while he or she is a resident at our center. This help may be required for many of the activities or needs of daily living including: walking, bathing, dressing, using the bathroom, managing pain, preventing unsafe behavior, preventing wandering, assistance with eating, medication management, personal hygiene and grooming, and administering medications.



Short-Term Rehab 


When patients leave the hospital, they often need continued short-term care to recover completely. That's where we come in. We work with you to set a care plan to meet your goals and abilities.


Our medical care team includes physician specialists, registered nurses, registered dietitians, physcial and occupational rehabilitation therapists, social workers, and case managers. 


Our team treats a variety of conditions including post-stroke recovery, hip fracture/replacement, knee or other joint replacement, neurological illnesses including Parkinson's disease, cardiac or respitory ailments, pneumonia, and wound management.



Respite Care


Respite quite literally means to provide temporary rest or relief. Respite care provides short-term, temporary nursing care in a home-like setting to family members that you care for.


The goal of respite care at Greenwood is to successfully provide an interval of rest for the resident and his or her primary caregivers. You receive the peace of mind that comes from knowing your family members are being cared for 24 hours a day by a dedicated staff of medical professionals. Research has shown that providing repite care can have a positive effect on the health of the caregiver as well as the resident.


Greenwood's respite care program includes an indivdualized daily excercise program, social and recreational activites, physical, occupational and speech therapies, balances, therapeautic meals, religious services, and activites that include arts and crafts, live entertainment, and day trips. 



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