Here at University Manor we treat our residents with kindness and listen to their needs. We believe in resident centered care and strive to give residents the freedom to achieve their goals. We keep our staff consistent to allow the residents and staff to develop trust and friendship. We consider our residents and staff to be a part of the University Manor family.
University Manor offers a wide variety of services, such as: Short-term Skilled Nursing Care; Rehabilitation Services including Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Therapy; Long-term Care and Hospice. Our physical, occupational and speech therapists strive to help our residents' meet their highest physical and mental potential.
We truly get to know the people we serve and understand each individual's healthcare needs. We know that the residents we serve are your mothers and fathers, your sisters and brothers, your uncles, grandparents, friends and loved ones. Like you, we want to provide them with the best care and support possible. We have the compassion, experience, expertise, skills, and programs to provide the quality care that result in the best possible quality of life.
At University Manor, we all have one mission, and that is to help our residents to accomplish their health related goals. For our short-term residents admitted after an illness or surgery, we work with them to achieve and to maximize their potential for a successful transition to home.
For our long-term residents, our commitment with them is also relentless. We emphasize coordinated care where every single staff member of University Manor is fully involved in providing the best, not only in their healthcare needs but also the best in achieving and maintaining a great quality of life.
Every resident at University Manor benefits from a spirit of community that is based on family ideals. At University Manor personal interests are achieved and lasting friendships are formed that make our facility much more than just a place to live.
Staying active may be the best therapy for reducing the effects of growing older. Residents are encouraged to be as active as they can be. Activities are created with choice and ability in mind while also considering the resident's level of care. Daily activities focus on exercise, fellowship, and fun.