Our large, Private Home with 10 private rooms, offers enough space to social distance while still providing a sense of community. We believe our setting of only 10 residents and consistent, well trained staff, helps mitigate against the spread of Covid 19.
Our MD & RN make frequent assessments and provide continued education and training to our staff on infection control strategies and have implemented procedures to reduce the risks spreading infection. Having a Geriatric MD, On Site, to assess residents & coordinate medical care, helps reduce risks associated with traveling outside for unnecessary follow up appointments and reduces the need for ER & Hospital visits during the pandemic. Read More…
We follow CDC guidelines, masks for all staff and visitors, social distancing, frequent hand hygiene & disinfecting of common areas and frequently used items, social Distancing when possible. We screen all employees for symptoms and record temperatures before each shift. In addition, we utilize a UV light, Air Filtration System in our heating and A/C units, as well as separate HEPA room filters to help clean and circulate air.
Finding the best Alzheimer’s Dementia and Memory Care is not easy because it is a service more than a physical product. Services need to be experienced to be appreciated and rated.
We provide many sources of community review to reassure families of the high level of care and caring. We suggest you check out testimonial reviews from many places like google reviews, yelp, and the more formal BBB.
Few Group homes and Dementia Care facilities have a profile listed with the BBB which is a good resource to reassure consumers their loved one is safe. We have a public profile and are proud of our pristine rating. See our profile here
Nevada is unique among other states in having a well-established statewide system of minimum required regulations. Beyond having the minimum set of regulations, Nevada has a well-defined complaint and enforcement system at HCQC for licensed Group Homes, Residential Care and Alzheimer’s Care Homes.
The state also offers a grading system that allows consumers to compare all licensed homes. We are proud to be one of only a few that have always achieved an A grade. We do note that while the grade is a good indicator it does not measure coordination of care more broadly. Having medical trained owners who are a value-added service, even if the states minimum requirements do not require medical backgrounds for owners and managers, is our greatest strength.