Services

Trousdale Living Communities Provides Skilled Care Services

Therapeutic or medicinal treatments performed by, provided by or administered by professional certified medical staff

AVAILABLE SERVICES AT THE PALMS AT SEBRING

PHYSICAL, OCCUPATIONAL AND SPEECH THERAPY

Physical Therapy is the treatment of disease, injury or deformity utilizing methods other than medications or surgery, which can include massage, heat treatment and exercise.

-Occupational Therapy addresses those with physical or mental injuries and rehabilitation through performance of required daily activities.

-Speech Therapy assists people with speech disorders or communication problems, caused by stroke, brain injury or other conditions.

WOUND AND OSTOMY CARE

Therapies to restore or enhance the healing of skin abrasions, blisters, cracks, craters, infections, lacerations, necrosis and/or ulcers.

INTRAVENOUS THERAPY (IV)

Providing fluids, medicine, nutrition or blood directly into the blood stream via a vein.

ENTERAL NUTRITION

This is a process of providing nutrition to a patient’s digestive system as a liquid, via beverage, formula or tube feeding.

PARENTERAL NUTRITION

This is a process of providing nutrition to a patient’s digestive system as a liquid, via beverage, formula or tube feeding.

BIPAP/CPAP/OXYGEN THERAPY

Delivery of pressurized oxygen to help a patient breathe in and out, varying pressures between based on patient requirements.

RESPIRATORY THERAPY

This is the care of cardiopulmonary function and health, as skilled caregivers provide patients oxygen, manage ventilators and administer medications for a patient’s lungs to facilitate better breathing.

RESPITE CARE

Patient drop-off to provide short-term relief (respite) for primary caregivers. It can be arranged for a few hours a day to several days or weeks. This can reduce stress for the caregiver and family and relieve feelings of exhaustion and frustration, allowing for improved relationships between the caregiver and patient.

ASSISTED LIVING

This is for residents who can still live independently but enjoy having access to assistance when needed. They are provided with access to dining, entertainment and medical care, but can manage regular daily routines with no or minimal assistance.

MEMORY CARE

This level of care is for people living with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. Facilities providing this care level offer secure environments where patient health and behavior are monitored differently compared to Assisted Living.

LONG TERM CARE

This level of care helps residents live as independently and safely as possible when they can no longer perform everyday activities on their own.

PALLIATIVE CARE

This level of care is for people living with serious illnesses like cancer or heart failure. Patients receive medical care to treat the symptoms and treatment intended to cure their serious illness or disease.

HOSPICE CARE

This level of care focuses on the comfort of the patient with a terminal diagnosis. In Hospice care, curative treatments for disease or illness cease, and staff focuses on the quality of life remaining for the patient.