Long Term Care • Short Term & Sub Acute Rehabilitation • Respite

With Love Since 1974
Ph: 518.456.2000

Sub-Acute Rehabilitation & Restorative Services

Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapies are tailored to meet individual needs. Our team designs specific programs and incorporates the most appropriate clinical interventions including exercise, treatment modalities, and therapeutic activities related to daily living.

Skilled Nursing

Quality of Life and quality of care go hand-in-hand at our community, where our skilled nursing and long-term care services deliver holistic care with respect for an individual’s unique needs.

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Memory Care

We know that memory loss can be challenging and frightening for the individual and their loved ones. Our Memory Care provides assistance and support for residents struggling with cognitive impairment. Memory support services provide specific assistance and emotional support for residents and their families. Services include fun and intellectual brain fitness activities that focus on a holistic approach to wellness.

Respite Care

For those in need of short-term respite care, Teresian House offers a homelike atmosphere, nursing care and special activities for short and temporary stays. All regular services provided to long-term residents are also available to those under respite care.

Residential Offerings

Living at the Teresian House means living in a secure and comforting environment. This allows healing and independence to families at all levels of care. Around the lock care and dining areas provide response by our team of skilled nurses at any hour of the day or night.

Neighborhood Living

Living for our residents and short-term guests is warm and inviting within several of our neighborhoods within Teresian House. Each neighborhood has its own fully equipped kitchen and dining area which is accessible to the residents 24 hours a day. Each neighborhood has an interdisciplinary team that manages the neighborhood, a Social Worker to assist residents with various concerns, an activity person to promote socialization, a primary registered nurse (RN) who is in charge of coordinating all medical concerns, as well as certified nursing aides (CNAs), and housekeeping staff. Each neighborhood works together to meet the needs of its residents by performing “global” duties. This means that everyone helps with meals, answering call lights, doing activities and any other concerns that may arise. The family feel of each neighborhood provides a more personalized experience for each resident, enhancing their quality of life or short-term experience during a rehabilitative stay.

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