Types of Stays Offered
Short-Term Rehabilitation Stays
We are dedicated to rehabilitating each patient in an environment which promotes independence and safety. Licensed nurses are on-staff around the clock. Our medical rehabilitation program provides high-acuity nursing care for post-acute, clinically complex patients. With a focus on short-term rehabilitation stays, many of our patients return home independently.
Extended Nursing Care Stays
Just as other healthcare services have changed over the years, today's skilled nursing center offers a wide range of services to meet each resident's medical, spiritual, emotional and social needs in a homelike setting. Our goal is to treat each individual with the dignity, compassion and respect they deserve while being a resident in our center. We ensure self-dignity through an understanding, supportive environment. Our residents are cared for … and cared about.
Our staff are dedicated to providing the highest care possible to each resident. Each center provides a warm, homelike atmosphere for residents to enjoy the companionship of their friends and families.
Our interdisciplinary approach unites each resident with a team of caregivers, including members of the Nursing, Dietary, Activities, Social Work, Environmental and Therapy Departments.
At Atrium Centers, Assisted Living is viewed as the best of both worlds. Residents have as much independence as they want with the knowledge that personal care and support services are available if they need them. Our assisted living accommodations are part of the continuum of care we provide that offers access to skilled nursing and rehabilitation care if needed. Assisted living provides a senior housing solution for adults who can live independently but need some assistance.
An assisted living residence is a special combination of housing, personalized supportive services, and health care designed to meet the needs - both scheduled and unscheduled - of those who need help with activities of daily living. Activities of daily living typically include assistance with bathing, grooming, meal preparation, and transportation.
Staff members are available around the clock and are only a call away to assist, as needed with personal care and services. Medication assistance and observation of health status are part of the services included in an Assisted Living setting.
Assisted Living is offered at these Atrium Centers:
Independent living is an ideal solution for healthy seniors who desire to remain as independent as possible but also want to live in an environment where there is a sense of community with individuals with similar interests. This lifestyle is designed to be part of a maintenance-free community with access to services, as needed, to keep each individual as independent, active, and involved as possible.
At Atrium Centers, we offer Independent Living at our St. Mary of the Woods community in Avon, Ohio. St. Mary of the Woods offers with access to a wide range of services including dining, social programs, therapy services, and on-site religious services in our chapel. Enjoy the fullness of life with on-site restaurant style dining, and participating in social, spiritual, and intellectual programs with your neighbors, friends, and family.
Retire only from cooking, cleaning, and maintenance while simplifying monthly bills because all utilities, bi-weekly housekeeping, and fine dining options are included. St. Mary of the Woods has combined amenities and services into one convenient monthly service fee.
Independent Living is offered at:
Vacation & Respite Stays
As a caregiver, you’re responsible for another adult, usually a parent or spouse who is ill or disabled. This generous act of caring makes a difference in the life of your loved one, but not without a cost to you. A consequence of caregiving is known as caregiver stress. Studies show that your physical and emotional health are vulnerable to conditions such as depression, diabetes and heart disease. The most unselfish thing you can do as a caregiver is to make time for yourself. Exercise, eat healthy, visit your doctor and take a break now and then. “Respite care is essential to family caregivers. Studies show that respite care helps caregivers keep their loved ones at home for longer periods of time,” according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Our respite guests enjoy appropriate activities all day long. They feel safe knowing our professional staff is on-duty 24 hours a day. Our beautiful dining room is the perfect place for guests to make new friends and enjoy delicious meals. Everyone feels pampered and special after a visit to our beauty shop. So, whether you need some time to take a family trip, handle household tasks or finish that book, we’re here to help you. To schedule a respite stay, take a tour or to learn more, please call our Admissions Department.
Respite Care Services
- Caregiving by dedicated professionals 24 hours a day, seven days a week
- A gift of time for full-time caregivers
- Social activities
- Delicious and nutritious meals
- Safety and security that provide peace of mind
Alzheimer’s/Memory Care Stays
Our special care units meet the growing needs of Alzheimer’s and dementia patients in the community. Our mission at Atrium Centers is to provide innovative, compassionate care that serves the needs of both memory and/or judgment impaired individuals, as well as their families.
Specifically designed for patients who wander or pose an elopement risk, this unit is secured with an enclosed courtyard. Creative and structured programming for these special residents encourages cognitive functioning while promoting safety.
- Secure unit
- Enclosed courtyard and walking path
- Nutritional meals
- Assistance with daily activities
- Enhanced socialization
- Memory orientation
- Physical and sensory stimulation
- Adapted social and exercise programs
- Health and wellness assessments
- In-unit safety and emergency response system
- Housekeeping, laundry and linen service
- community van for outings
- Support programs
Communities with a distinct Alzheimer’s Care Unit
There is probably no greater despair a family faces than a terminal diagnosis. In the midst of grief and pain, you must make difficult decisions.
There is hopefulness for peace, comfort and dignity -- hospice care.
We embrace hospice as a philosophy of care for patients nearing the end of life. Our professional staff is trained and experienced in symptom management and pain control. Activities of daily living, such as bathing, grooming, dressing and eating, are accomplished with assistance from nursing.
We understand the sensitivity surrounding issues related to dying. We welcome visits from your minister, pastor, priest or rabbi. Various religious services are scheduled regularly through our Activities Department.
Pairing with our staff, hospice organizations further enhance quality of life through additional staff visits, emotional support to families and patients, and bereavement care. Working closely with hospice organizations, we accept admissions 24 hours a day, seven days a week – even when it’s a same-day emergency.
For more information about our hospice care services and room accommodations for patients and family, please call our Admissions Department.
- Hopefulness for peace, comfort and dignity
- Symptom management and pain control
- Emotional support
- Bereavement care
- Compassionate nursing care 24 hours a day, seven days a week
Atrium Centers is dedicated to our nation's veterans, and our medical rehabilitation program offers each veteran an environment that promotes independence and safety.
All Atrium Centers welcome veterans whether utilizing their Medicare, Medicaid, insurance benefits or privately paying for their stay.
Several of our centers have a specific Veterans Contract allowing for payment by the Veterans Administration.
If you are a veteran searching for a rehabilitation center, or if you know someone who is searching for veterans rehabilitation, we can provide you peace of mind knowing you are getting the best rehabilitation services available.
To qualify for admission covered by the Veterans Administration:
- The veteran has to be enrolled in the Veteran Health System
- They must have a service connected illness for which they are receiving care
- All referrals must be verified by contracting office
Communities with a Veterans Contract