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Our Place Cares

10710 Roy Dr
Greenville, MI 48838-9105
(616) 225-2231
Fax: (616) 225-2231
Services Offered:
Assisted Living
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    Our Place Cares is located in a quiet residential setting with mature trees and well manicured homes. We are close to community attractions, accessible to major highways, family lodging, restaurants and shopping centers. Our home is approximately 4000 square feet and was completely updated and remodeled in 2005. We offer an open floor plan with separate areas to allow for private gatherings. We have a beautiful fenced in garden that is tended by our residents and a Master Gardener. When the garden was constructed special walk-ways were installed to provide for a safe non-slip and softer surface to protect residents from injury. Families are encouraged to remain active in our resident's daily lives. To assist members of a family educational opportunities are offered to the family as a group or individually to help they understand the progression of the disease and to be able to ask questions. Staff is provided training when hired and ongoing concerning Alzheimer's and related dementias, as well as, communication techniques and the appropriateness of their approach when interacting with a resident. Activities are centered on the ability level of the resident at any one time. Small groups, one-on-one activities and outside entertainment are provided by our staff, families and community groups. Our Place Cares is a family the believes individuals with Alzheimer’s and related dementias can still thrive, enjoy life, cry if necessary, express anger and frustration but still find peace on their journey. Our Place Cares will provide support on this journey and seek assistance of home health agencies and hospice as needed. We believe our residents have the right to stay with us till the end with the support of hospice services.
    All genders welcome
    Age 60 and over
    Eligibility requirements:
    1. Payer source is private pay only. 2. Pre-admission assessment is completed to ensure appropriateness for dementia setting. 3. Medical history and assessment prior to admission 4. Chest X-ray needed before admission unless one was done within 3 months of admission. 5. Family requested to complete pre-admission questionnaire including past interests and hobbies.
    Care Options
    No licensed nursing care provided
    No licensed physician care provided
    Personal Assistance
    Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
    Catheter management
    Foot care
    Sitting, standing, walking, and getting in and out of bed
    Medication management
    Care Services
    Adult day care
    Residents may contract with an outside agency to bring in services
    Behavioral Support Offered for Residents Who...
    Do not sleep through the night
    Become disoriented
    Pace or rummage habitually
    Seek exits
    Need prompting for their personal care
    Diabetes Management Care
    Oral medication
    Self-administered insulin injection
    Staff-administered insulin injection
    Health Condition Care
    Breathing support requiring oxygen
    Broken bones
    Colostomy/urostomy care needs
    Heart disease or heart failure
    Immune deficiency
    Incontinence and bladder management
    Management of a feeding tube
    Memory loss
    Monitored intake of foods and liquids
    Parkinson's disease
    Staff certifications and training:
    Certification in Adult First Aid and CPR. Onsite training by a RN, Masters prepared in Applied Psychology. Trainings upon hire include: 1. Alzheimer's disease: What happens to the brain through the course of the disease. 2. Communication Techniques with individuals with dementia 3. How to deal with challenging behaviors 4. Prevention of Communicable Diseases 5. Resident Rights 6. The identification and reporting of abuse, neglect, mistreatment, and misappropriation of property. 7. Fire Prevention 8. Safe techniques of medication administration 9. Safe transfer techniques and prevention of muscle skeletal injuries 10. Safe storage, preparation and handling of food 11. Periodically throughout the year second owner of the AFC who is a Certified Therapeutic Recreational Specialist provides training, such as, communication with individuals with dementia, dealing with difficult behaviors, appropriate activities for dementia residents, coping strategies for staff when dealing with individuals with dementia. 12. Staff is also provided opportunities to attend conferences in the community, e.g., conferences sponsored by the Alzheimer's Association and Area Agencies on Aging or Community Mental Health 13. One-on-one trainings are conducted based staff performance levels and identified needs.
    Memory Care
    Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Provided
    Stages of Alzheimer's Progression Accepted
    Stage 3: mild decline
    Stage 4: moderate decline
    Stage 5: moderate, mid-stage
    Stage 6: moderately severe
    Stage 7: severe, late-stage
    Services for Alzheimer's or Dementia Residents
    Family members able to join at mealtime
    Family members able to participate in care plan
    Specially trained staff
    Safe wandering areas
    Regular assessments by interdisciplinary staff
    Environment that is easy to navigate
    Activities tailored to residents' abilities
    Diminished abilities or stage of disease that would result in a transfer or discharge:
    Individuals with medical conditions that require 24 hours of skilled nursing that could not be provided through a home health agency or hospice. Also individuals with behaviors that are a danger to themselves or others and cannot be distracted or altered with staff interventions.
    Special care programs offered for Alzheimer's and Dementia residents:
    One-on one assist as needed: 1. Family communication and connection 2. Sensory stimulation 3. Activities 4. Outings 5. Picnics 6. Family get-togethers, dinners 7. Seasonal parties/dinners 8. Recognition of individual birthdays 9. Enhancing of the individual's ability to participate in normal daily routines, e.g., a. Grooming b. Baking c. Food preparation d. Housework e. Laundry f. Gardening 10. ADL encouragement 11. Family groups to help them understand the process of the disease and how to interact as the individual's condition changes. 12. Social gatherings with family, staff and children 13. Provide on each shift one staff person per 6 residents at a minimum. 14. Exercise programs
    Short Term and Temporary Stay Options
    Respite care
    Rehabilitation care
    No pets allowed
    Smoking accommodations are provided
    Residents may bring their own furniture
    Security Features
    24 hour controlled access
    24 hour up and awake night staff
    Controlled access garage
    Door alarms
    Fire sprinkler system
    New staff subject to criminal background check
    Transportation and Parking Options
    Access to public transportation
    Transportation provided by facility
    Guest parking
    Room Amenities
    Cable hook up
    Full-service kitchen
    Private courtyard or patio
    Private telephone line
    Wheel-in shower
    Walk-in shower
    Wheelchair access
    Washer/dryer hook-up
    Opened in:
    This facility is a residential home
    Number of residents: 12
    Dietary Options
    Ethnic meals
    Low sodium meals
    Low sugar diet and meals
    Meals Provided
    Dining Styles
    Family style
    Buffet style
    Room service as needed
    On-Site Services
    Beautician and/or barber
    Clubhouse or meeting rooms
    Computer and internet access
    Designated family visiting area
    Guest dining
    Laundry room(s)
    Laundry service
    Swimming pool
    TV, media room, or theater
    Languages Spoken by Staff
    Other recreational activities:
    1. Senior group weekly dinner at Community Center 2. Multi-denominational spiritual services based on individual's life's practice. 3. Community groups entertainment on site 4. Onsite musical entertainment
    This facility caters to:
    We are specifically for the care of elderly individuals with Alzheimer's and related dementias.
    Payment Sources Accepted
    Long term care insurance
    Private funds
    Damage or security deposit required
    Damage or security deposit amount: $250
    MI Adult Foster Care Medium Group Homes
    License No. AM590262887
    Issued by Michigan Department of Human Services
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