The 'Whole' Person Matters

Most families who come to us are searching for help with the physical care of their loved one - a senior who is struggling with getting through the day on their own. They need help with one or more of their activities of daily living (ADL's). Family members are happy when they realize we can step in (right away) and assist with all the physical demands that challenge their loved ones...and themselves. What a huge relief!

Then, for many, comes a bit of a surprise. We may catch people off guard when we start addressing other issues that are very important for adding more quality into their loved one's life:

  • Personal Preferences (Resident & Family)
  • Social Stimulation
  • Physical Activity
  • Dietary Needs & Likes/Dislikes
  • Emotional Support
  • Health Care Needs

Our Residents Deserve Our Best

Our goal at Newport Heights Manor is to develop a care plan that is specific to each individual and encompasses the "whole" person. We believe that each resident, no matter what their physical and mental capacity, still deserves to be cared for as a unique human being...with services that meet their many needs, an understanding that they are living life as best they can and a deep respect for the special person that is underneath their disease.