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San Simeon by the Sound Partakes in National Skilled Nursing Care Week

Established by the American Health Care Association in 1967, the National Skilled Nursing Care Week (NSNCW) will focus on the theme of living soulfully this year.

During NSNCW, an observance that begins annually on Mother’s Day, nursing care centers across the country are showcasing how they Live Soulfully by achieving happy minds and healthy souls. NSNCW is a great way to shine a spotlight on the important role of skilled nursing care centers as each and every person in this profession makes an impact on the lives of residents.

NSNCW Live Soulfully

From May 12-18, San Simeon by the Sound was among those facilities that planned events and activities for residents and staff that resonated with the Live Soulfully theme. Some activities included Spirit Day with trivia and country music, bingo and soul music, activities with a therapy dog, and a visit from the Hamptons Christian Fellowship Choir, among many other fun activities.

San Simeon Helps Improve Quality of Life

Every day, San Simeon’s skilled nurses help seniors live their happiest and best lives. Whether it’s planting, cooking, reading or listening to music, the staff at San Simeon helps residents find happiness to improve their quality of life. Not only does the facility provide unparalleled long-term care services with a high-spirited culture and fun programs, but the team adheres to patients’ dignity in a loving and nurturing environment that feels like home. In addition to offering recreational services to improve quality of life, San Simeon gives freedom and flexibility with unrestricted visiting hours for the convenience and comfort of residents and their family and friends.

San Simeon offers a full array of medical services, such as diabetes and pain management, nutritional planning, cancer care, ostomy care, and much more. The facility also offers a unique program, Medical-Model Adult Day Health Care program, which is designed to give families the opportunity to provide care to loved ones with chronic illnesses and cognitive impairment. The program provides support and rehabilitating while giving the maximum level of independence to patients. Each case is given personal attention by licensed nurses, social workers, dietitians and occupational, speech and physical therapists. Enrollment in the program grants the opportunity for a caregiver to go to work with peace of mind knowing their loved one is fully cared for in a safe and secure environment.

About American Health Care Association

The American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) represents over 13,000 non-profit and proprietary skilled nursing centers and assisted living communities. By delivering solutions for quality care, AHCA/NCAL aims to improve the lives of millions of people who receive long term or post-acute care in facilities each day.

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