When a Little Extra Help is Needed
Our in-house medical team provides top-tier medical care for your loved one, so whether it’s a surgery or illness that has caused a need for extra attention, your loved one will receive the best care until they’re ready to return home.
"Try It Out" Stays
It’s not uncommon for those considering a move to a senior living community to want to try out the facility for longer than a tour allows. A short-term stay will provide your loved one with exactly what they need to know.
A Safe Haven to Land
Morningside’s approach to personal, holistic care through our incredible, caring staff will ensure your loved one feels valued, cared for, and—most importantly—safe and secure as they weather out any transition in their life that would prompt a short term stay.
Your loved one will enjoy life surrounded by professionals who specialize in supporting the unique physical and emotional needs of their situation, so you can focus on doing what you need to do until you can settle your loved one back in their regular, day-to-day routine.
What is the difference between short term care and rehabilitation?
That’s where short term care comes in: medical care and help with daily tasks structured in a way that slowly returns independence to the senior so he or she can return to living independently at home.
Does my loved one have to have a medical reason for a short term stay?
No! Many people choose a short term stay for their aging loved ones if they are planning to go on a work trip or vacation and want to ensure that their loved one is safe and cared for in their absence. Many others choose a short term stay for respite. We also have some people who choose short term stays to test out what a full move might feel like.
What does a respite stay mean?
Do short term stay residents have the same access to the community as full residents?
Why would I choose a short term stay over in-home respite care?
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