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Sunset Homes - Paseo del Niguel Site

30741 Paseo Del Niguel
Laguna Niguel, CA 92677-2306
(949) 370-3811
Fax: (949) 496-3348
Services Offered:
Assisted Living
Sunset Homes - Paseo del Niguel Site serves Orange County, CA
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    Sunset Homes is comprised of two residential care homes established in September 1990, located near the ocean in Laguna Niguel, California. The homes were established to provide individualized assistance from two live-in Care Providers. Through the use of sensitive and compassionate staff along with a program that promotes independent and personalized care, the resident soon realized that they are living in a home where their needs are satisfied in a supportive and efficient manner. At Sunset Homes we provide quality general services as well as many special services due to the back ground and experience of Mr. Robert Green RN, MSN. Please visit the website for a comprehensive over view of the services provided and educational requirements of the Care Providers in order to work with Sunset Homes clients. A planned activity program including available community resources i.e., church services, senior centers, beauty parlor appointments etc. Our services or activities maybe modified to meet the needs or the desires of the resident or their family. The special services that are provided are: 1) Care of Dementia clients and their unique needs. We maintain a DSS dementia waiver along with all the required annual and on going dementia education for the Care Providers. Care of terminal/dying clients and their unique needs. We maintain a DSS hospice waiver. Mr. Green RN attends medical appointments with his clients along with a family member in order to provide accurate medical information to the physician while facilitating good communication between all that are concerned.
    Female residents only
    Age 62 and over
    Care Options
    Licensed nursing care provided for eight (8) or less hours per day
    Contract for on-call physician care
    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
    Restorative therapy
    Residents may contract with an outside agency to bring in services
    Behavioral Support Offered for Residents Who...
    Yell, curse, or act verbally aggressive
    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
    Developmental disabilities
    Emphysema or other lung diseases
    Heart disease or heart failure
    Immune deficiency
    Incontinence and bladder management
    Memory loss
    Monitored intake of foods and liquids
    Multiple sclerosis
    Parkinson's disease
    Psychiatric conditions such as bipolar/manic depression or schizophrenia
    Tendency to fall
    Traumatic brain injury
    Wound treatment
    Staff certifications and training:
    In-service Training Performed at Sunset Homes by Robert Green RN, MSN Instructor of Dementia Training (Must maintain annually 6 hours of documented dementia training by a professional individual experienced in the field) 1. Agitation and Aggressive Behavior 2. ADL's with the Confused Client 3. Causes of Dementia 4. Confused/Dementia Client Leaves the Facility 5. Dementia Clients and inappropriate Behavior 6. Activities For Confused Clients 7. Common Late Stage Dementia Changes. Hospice Care 1. Hospice Client Expires. Who To Notify First? 2. The Role of the Hospice Nurse. Bedridden Client 1. Therapeutic Intervention for the Immobile/Bedridden Client 2. Limited Mobility and Inability To Transfer/At Risk for Skin Breakdown. Medication Administration (Must maintain annually 4 hours documented training on medication administration by a professional health care individual) 1. Crushing Medication and Administration to Residents 2. Medication Administration 3. Time for Medication to be Refilled 4. Medication training Examination 5. Six Rights of Medication Administration 6. Two Hours Hands on Shadowing with the Administration of Medication. General 1. Guidelines for Swallowing Disorders 2. Changing Colostomy Bags
    Memory Care
    Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Provided
    Stages of Alzheimer's Progression Accepted
    Stage 1: no impairment
    Stage 2: very mild decline
    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
    Daily planned recreational and social activities
    Activities tailored to residents' abilities
    Diminished abilities or stage of disease that would result in a transfer or discharge:
    Anything requiring acute hospitalization or supervision by a registered nurse 24 hours per day. Aggressive behavior that result in striking another client or Care Provider.
    Special care programs offered for Alzheimer's and Dementia residents:
    Emphasis is placed on keeping clients active with an assortment of activities which includes large muscle exercise (walking, beach ball toss, stationary bicycle, etc.). Our basic foundation of treatment focuses on safe movement and exercise of some degree. We encourage listening to music and reminiscing about their life experiences. Families are encouraged to participate in scheduled activities. When they do have an opportunity to visit they may do memory games or other types activities.
    Short Term and Temporary Stay Options
    Respite care
    Rehabilitation care
    Pet Types Allowed
    Smoking accommodations are provided
    Residents may bring their own furniture
    Security Features
    Door alarms
    Fully fenced and gated facility
    New staff subject to criminal background check
    Transportation and Parking Options
    Access to public transportation
    Guest parking
    Room Amenities
    Air conditioning
    Cable hook up
    Full-service kitchen
    Climate control or thermostat
    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: 6
    Dietary Options
    Ethnic meals
    Gluten-free meals
    Low sodium meals
    Low sugar diet and meals
    Vegetarian meals
    Meals Provided
    Dining Styles
    Family style
    Room service as needed
    On-Site Services
    Computer and internet access
    Designated family visiting area
    Guest dining
    Laundry room(s)
    Laundry service
    TV, media room, or theater
    Other recreational activities:
    All activities of this nature are scheduled outside of the facility.
    This facility caters to:
    no specific group
    Payment Sources Accepted
    Long term care insurance
    Private funds
    Pet deposit required
    Pet deposit amount: $100
    CA Residential Care Fac. for the Elderly
    License No. 300613062
    Issued by California Department of Social Services
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