Our Commitment To Our People is The Key To Success
Our goal is to address the needs of an increasing segment of our society that suffers from physical disability, mental illness, alcohol/drug addiction, and developmental disabilities in a manner that respects their dignity, maintains their safety and promotes their independence to the greatest degree possible.
100% COMMITED TO YOU
Our commitment is to continuously encourage the involvement of family and friends as we cultivate the enrichment of our Residents through love, warmth and appropriate activities.
TOGETHER WE ARE STRONGER
We believe in embracing the natural progression of life, as well as life’s challenges; and that a continuum of care is the primary contributor to a rich, dignified, and independent life.
ALICE TRUNNELL, DIRECTOR OF HEALTHCARE
Alice was a certified and practicing Respiratory Therapist for 25 years. She has extensive healthcare experience ranging from elderly care to neonatal care. She was a CPR instructor for many years and a respiratory therapist on the Flight for Life transport at Children’s hospital of Wisconsin. Now specializing in Long Term Care she oversees all program matters related to the care of our residents.
SABRINA JORDAN, DIRECTOR OF DAILY OPERATIONS
Sabrina is a management professional with a Master Degree in Administration, and 15 years’ experience in long term care and is a certified Trainer for handling resident behaviors and abuse and neglect. She oversees the daily logistics and administrative functions including human resources, technical support and field operations.
Judy is a registered nurse with many years of experience in home health. She oversees medication and special care needs and lends her valuable experience to program and field operations as well.
RESIDENT AND FIELD SERVICES
We are happy to arrange appointments and transportation, provide escorts, and assist with locating appropriate housing for our residents. Our office staff is understanding and accommodating of resident needs, and responds to resident requests daily.
Much of our efforts are focused in this area, conducting courtesy calls to allow residents to update us on concerns or just provide a listening ear to fill the hollow of loneliness.
Our field visits are a key component to our resident services activities, allowing us to do periodic caregiver checks and environmental observations, as well as address more personal needs such as grocery shopping and medication deliveries.