Welcome to Green Lea Senior Living! Everyone who lives, visits and works at Green Lea Senior Living is treated with the same respect, compassion and dignity we’d all want for ourselves. That’s because we’re all on this journey together. Even though we have common goals, we know how important it for everyone to be accorded individuality, independence and choice.
Our Senior Living Community, located in a quiet neighborhood setting, offers the comfort and convenience of home in a campus community that provides a wide variety of lifestyle options and individualized services based on your personal needs.
Green Lea Senior Living is a skilled, compassionate community offering transitional care, long-term care, and outpatient therapy services. This community offers a wealth of programs and amenities to help you or your loved ones thrive and recover.
The Meadows of Mabel provides Assisted Living options within the Green Lea Senior Living campus. This is the perfect location if you don’t want the continued burden of a home but want to live independently. Our private apartments provide residents the home care services they need, when they need it.
Looking for more information about Accura Healthcare nursing facilities? Check out our latest blog below to learn more about what you or your loved one should bring with them for their nursing homestay.
We believe addressing the whole person is the key to Quality of Life. Therefore, the following 7 dimensions of wellness are our important guiding principles:
Our mission is to be “partners in care and family for life.”
TeamSTEPPS is an evidence-based teamwork system aimed at optimizing patient outcomes by improving communication and team skills among health care professionals. TeamSTEPSS includes comprehensive, ready-to-use materials and training curriculum to successfully integrate teamwork principles into any health care delivery system.
Residents & Family Members
We value providing our residents and patients with a quality living experience as a member of our health care family. We know that high-performing teams communicate well together, enjoy their work, help one another when needed, and are engaged while delivering personalized, quality care to our residents.
Our respite program is available for a 7 to 60-day stay. When informal caregivers require a leave or if you are recovering from illness, injury or disease, we have a place for you to stay. Due to the short-term and/or acute nature of the service, it is offered as a complete, individualized package including:
There is a per-day cost for respite care services; please call for rates. Discharge is anticipated within 60 days, or an assessment by one of our registered nurses is completed to determine current status and make recommendations for appropriate service options. Other skilled services, such as physical therapy, will need to be purchased from the health care provider of your choice.
At Green Lea Senior Living, we offer outpatient therapy and short-stay rehabilitation. Short stay rehabilitation is designed for those individuals who are recovering from a traumatic experience or scheduled surgery. We provide our patients with state-of-the-art rehabilitation services and offer physical, occupational, speech, and a wider array of specialized therapies. With a personalized therapy program that is designed to help each individual to succeed, we can accomplish our goal to get our patients back to where they call home as soon as possible.
Outpatient therapy is a form of treatment that is offered to people who do not need to be in a skilled nursing setting on a continued basis. A number of therapies can be offered on an outpatient basis, including occupational, speech, physical, and post-surgical care. Many patients like this type of treatment because it allows them to receive necessary medical care while staying at home. It also allows the patient to live a relatively normal life, simply setting aside time to attend therapy sessions while working, spending time with family, and socializing with friends.
Our therapeutic equipment works in conjunction with traditional therapy practices to ensure that people succeed when they leave our community. This state-of-the-art equipment was designed for professional athletes but then was tweaked to meet the needs of our senior population. Very few communities have invested in this technology, and we have found it to not only help speed the recovery of our patients, but it is a great non-pharmacological, non-invasive form of pain management.
Physical therapy (PT) works to improve and promote optimal physical mobility. Often, treatment consists of exercise to improve strength, mobility training to improve transfer and walking skills, and balance training to minimize fall risks. Services can also include modalities to assist with healing and pain relief such as ultrasound, hot/cold packs, and electrical stimulation.
Occupational Therapy (OT) works to improve and promote optimal activities of daily living (ADLs). Often, treatment consists of exercises to improve strength, ADL training to improve dressing, feeding, and hygiene skills, and cognitive training to improve safety awareness. Services can also include obtaining, applying, and training on positioning and adaptive equipment.
Speech Therapy (ST) works to improve and promote optimal swallowing and communication skills. Treatment consists of assessing for and making appropriate diet recommendations, exercises to increase oral motor and swallow strength, and speech and communication training.
Green Lea Senior Living partners with physicians to provide on-site primary care. This is an approach where primary care providers, families, and patients work in partnership to improve health outcomes and quality of life for individuals with acute illnesses and chronic health conditions or disabilities. This team approach to care gives you access to all the services and support you needed while offering the comfort and convenience of staying in your own home.
Hospice is a philosophy that focuses on individualized care, quality of life, and comfort for individuals living with advanced illnesses. Green Lea Senior Living strives to provide superior care through the end stages of life by partnering with hospice agencies across our organization. Because of these partnerships, our staff is able to provide support to our resident and their loved ones under the guidance of hospice agencies. Green Lea Senior Living is committed to providing hospice care to our residents in the comfort and convenience of their own homes with familiar faces caring for them along their journey.
The Meadows of Mabel, on the campus of Green Lea Senior Living, offers comfort and convenience in a community with a wide variety of living options, home care services, and amenities. You will no longer have to worry about snow removal, lawn care, and daily upkeep of a home. At The Meadows, you will be living with a minimal or moderate level of assistance. We value Person-Centered Care. As your needs change, so can the services we provide. Personalized and comprehensive health services are available as your needs change. No two people are alike, and the same holds true for the services we provide to each resident.
How Do I Know The Right Option?
If the answer is yes to any of the questions above, Independent Living is the best option for you.
It’s not always easy to tell when you or a loved one needs more help. The following warning signs may indicate that it’s time for a talk about assisted living.
Skilled nursing communities take the worry and stress out of daily living while focusing on the needs of the whole person. The following questions can help determine if a long term care setting is right for you:
Please contact us for more information about each of our available lifestyle options or to schedule a nursing assessment that will help you determine what is best for you or your loved one. You’ll have the comfort of knowing our team will guide you in the right direction.
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