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Nursing at Optalis

Round-the-Clock Skilled Nursing and Long-Term Care

Skilled nursing is for those who require some form of 24-hour nursing care and support with the activities of daily living. For those who need support with personal care needs such as walking, eating, dressing, bathing, toileting, or transferring/standing up, skilled nursing communities can provide the necessary support.

If your loved one is having trouble with multiple daily care activities or perhaps has a chronic illness, skilled nursing may be right for them.

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Long-Term Care Amenities, Hospitality, and Activities at Optalis

  • Physician care
  • Regular visiting physician specialists
  • Physiatrists (Doctors of physical medicine)
  • Trained staff members available 24 hours per day
  • Dental, podiatry, and optical services
  • Licensed and registered therapists, including physical and occupational therapists and speech and language pathologists
  • Nutritional therapies with IV and enteral feedings
  • Medication administration and management
  • Emergency call systems in each suite and bath
  • Private and semi-private suites with private baths

How Do I Pay for Skilled Nursing?

Before you come to stay with us in an Optalis care community, we do our best to qualify you financially and go over the costs associated with skilled nursing to make sure you’re able to afford it. Our experts will be able to answer your financial questions specific to your individual situation so you don’t have to worry.