Our Care Services
Sapphire Health Services develops and manages care and living solutions including home care, independent living, assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing, and rehabilitation, as well as specialty care programs including bariatric, ventilator, behavior, and medically complex care. Our focus is steadfast; to create living and care solutions that align with our mission to promote the highest quality of life for our residents, staff and communities.
To better understand each level of care, you can hover over the image to review the definition of each of the care or living options. We love being helpful, so if it is easier to visit, please feel free to call or email us as well via the contact page or the number listed below.
An Assisted Living Facility (ALF) is a community of individual living units where six or more seniors and adult individuals may reside in homelike surroundings with assisted services available.
The assisted living facility offers and coordinates a range of supportive services on a 24-hour basis, to meet the activities of daily living, health, and social needs of the residents - Meals, activities, and assistance (as set forth in an individualized service plan) with medications, bathing, dressing, hygiene, mobility may be provided. The philosophy of assisted living is to promote resident self-direction and participation in decisions, emphasizing choice, dignity, privacy, individuality, and independence.
A Retirement Community is an apartment community, typically with kitchenettes, designed for people who are 65 and older, who are generally able to care for themselves.
Most Retirement communities have an activities and socialization program, as well as meals provided in a dining room. Often transportation to medical appointments and activity outings are provided or arranged by the community staff. Assistance from homecare agencies is allowed.
Memory care is a care setting geared toward those living with Alzheimer's disease or another form of progressive-degenerative dementia. Memory Care communities may offer private or share rooms, and encourage homelike surroundings, however are secured for the safety of the residents.
Memory Care communities offer assisted services on a 24-hour basis, to meet the activities of daily living, health, and social needs of the residents including meals, activities, and assistance as needed with medications, bathing, dressing, hygiene, mobility and reminders. The philosophy of memory care is to promote resident self-direction and participation in decisions emphasizing choice, dignity, privacy, individuality, and independence at every stage.
Home care is health or supportive care provided by a caregiver in the individual home where the client is living (even if the home is in a retirement, assisted living, or nursing care community).
Homecare is also known as in-home care. Homecare can include assistance with meal planning and preparation, light housekeeping, laundry, errands, medication reminders, assistance with bathing or dressing, and escorting to appointments. It can also include companionship and engaging in hobbies and activities, or supervision for someone with dementia or Alzheimer's disease
- - Ventilator & Tracheostomy Care
- - Behaviorally or Medically Complex Care
- - Enhanced Care
- - Bariatric Care
- - Traumatic Brain Injury Care
Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation facilities are in-patient rehabilitation and medical treatment centers staffed with trained medical staff including nurses, certified nursing assistants, social workers, discharge planners, dietary staff, and care managers.
Often this level of care is accessed after a hospitalization in order to recover and rehabilitate from and accident, surgery, illness or injury. Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers also provide the medically necessary services of physical and occupational therapists, and speech pathologists and coordinate with physicians and pharmacies during the patient’s stay as needed. Additionally, after rehabilitation, long term care may be needed if returning to home or assisted living is no longer a safe option due to the ongoing care needs.