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An injury you didn’t see coming. An empty nest. A diagnosis that shifts your plans. Retirement. A desire to explore new things.
Whether you find yourself facing a world of new opportunities, or a world unexpectedly surrounded by medical jargon, change can be frightening. But you don’t have to make decisions on your own. Join a supportive community with more than 95 years of trusted care.
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Options include apartments, manufactured housing, and twinhomes or duplexes. These convenient and comfortable homes offer some level of basic support services, including utilities, maintenance, housekeeping, meal programs, emergency response systems and transportation. Services may be included in the monthly fee or on an a la carte basis.
Assisting living is ideal if you need some assistance with care and daily activities — such as housekeeping, meals, dressing and medication management — but do not require round-the-clock nursing home care.
Assisted living communities are usually licensed healthcare providers that offer 24-hour staffing. Apartments and twinhomes are typical housing options; sizes, layouts and amenities vary by location. Services are based on your personal assessment, and can be adjusted as your needs change.
If you have an illness, injury or other life-altering event that requires additional care, many skilled care centers (also called nursing homes) provide short-term treatments to help you heal and return home.
The therapy treatment length and frequency will vary based on your conditions. Many skilled healthcare centers have private short-term care suites to help you feel the most comfortable as you recover.
Home care can help you remain living at home as safely and comfortably as possible. Each agency’s services are tailored to meet your individual needs. It may be as simple as stopping by to visit and check in with you, or as intensive as scheduling therapy and medication administration.
Memory care/special care units provide compassionate care in a calm, homelike and secured environment for those living with Alzheimer’s disease or other related dementias.
Respite care helps families by providing temporary, short-term relief from the demands of caring for loved ones who require 24-hour care or supervision, with services like skilled nursing care, meals, social activities and housekeeping.
Rehabilitation and skilled care (sometimes referred to as nursing home care, long-term care or skilled nursing care) refers to care that is provided for residents who need the assistance of rehabilitative and/or licensed nursing staff. Therapeutic recreation programs and other specialized therapies are available to assist and encourage residents to live life to the fullest.
Hospice provides a peaceful environment of comfort, support and care for patients and their families during the final stages of illness and death— wherever the patient calls home.
At every Good Samaritan Society location, we strive to provide the care people need, the service people want, and the love we all desire. Our staff members are challenged to follow Christ’s example of showing compassion, respect, honesty, acceptance and joy to everyone we meet. And it’s something we’ve been doing for nearly a century.
"When Mom moved to the Good Samaritan Society, she had just lost her husband and was overcome with grief. Good Sam immediately took her into a warm embrace. From Mom’s first day forward, the staff has been wonderfully supportive and attentive to the individual interests and needs of all of their residents." – Timothy Pearson, son of resident
At the Good Samaritan Society, we believe that no matter who you are, where you are in life, or what your circumstances may be, you deserve to live a life filled with purpose, hope and meaning.