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Our Care Units

You can expect the best care. It’s part of the plan.

The first thing many people ask about is where they’ll live. The answer depends on what each person needs to be content, comfortable, and cared for.

Memorial Gables is divided into three units—Skilled Nursing, Intermediate Care, and Special Care. Each one is specifically designed around the needs of those who live there, or in the case of Skilled Nursing, those who may only be staying for a short time.

Depending on the unit and individual circumstances, you can select a companion room with a shared bathroom, a private room, or even a suite. Regardless of accommodation, all rooms are furnished with:

  • Built-in dresser
  • Bedside table
  • Chair
  • Cable access
  • Ample floor space for wheelchair access and walker use

Also, we’ve allowed enough space for displaying a few cherished personal possessions to encourage personalized room decorating.

At the entrance to each neighborhood is an employee work station, the hub of daily interaction between the nursing staff and residents. It’s here that staff can observe several residents while monitoring the personal needs of each individual. A tailored care plan supports a resident’s ability to care for his or her own personal needs including bathing, dressing, toileting, grooming, eating, and walking or wheelchair mobility.

The wings in each neighborhood end with a spacious lounge where residents gather for social time or to quietly sit and observe outdoor activity. Some lounges include large televisions and kitchenettes. Families are welcome to use any of these areas as an expansion of their loved one’s room for routine visits, special gatherings, and celebrations. Secured courtyards on the Long Term Care and Special Care units allow space for these events to move outdoors during appropriate weather.

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Acute clinical care of short- and long-term residents.

The Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Unit is where you would come after being discharged from the hospital if you needed additional medical care before returning to your normal lifestyle. Efficient care delivery is not only a critical objective, it’s also reassuring. Especially if you’re a short-term resident and rehabilitation is a priority.


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Living with dignity, purpose, and a full calendar.

Depending on your abilities and general fitness, the Residential Care Unit could be the best choice when you’re ready to let others take on a few of those chores that, let’s face it, life is too short to worry about.

Residents who live here typically are able to perform many of the Activities of Daily Living (ADL), but might not be able or inclined to live on their own. At Memorial Gables you or your loved one won’t have to worry about maintaining, cleaning, or heating and cooling a house.


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Treating dementia with love and compassion.
Dementia is a condition that’s capable of causing more distress than one individual or family deserves. But unfortunately, it happens. And when it does, it’s important to know that:

  • Dementia refers to symptoms, not a particular disease such as Alzheimer’s (although Alzheimer’s accounts for a majority of dementia cases).
  • Dementia, affects every person, caregiver, and family differently.
  • Dementia can’t be cured, but in many cases it can be well-managed and its progression slowed.


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Care when it’s needed most.

At Memorial Gables, we believe all of our services make an impact on the lives of residents and families, but none more significant than respite and hospice care.

Respite Care is needed for an overnight or short-term stay arranged for those individuals whose daytime home care provider (often their children) may be on vacation or need a short reprieve involving temporary care.