Skilled Nursing Care for Boise, ID Seniors
The Village creates a home environment, making it easier for residents to settle in. Designed with three, small homes, each household includes just 16 private suites surrounding an open kitchen and comfortable living space, naturally building more opportunity for social interaction and shared experiences. Personalized plans of care respect established daily routines. While focused, expert medical attention is the priority — creating an engaging family environment is the cornerstone of this nurturing, social model of care.
Skilled nursing in a Village household includes:
- A true family household environment that nurtures residents in a social model of service and builds relationships between residents and caregivers
- Private suites with full private bath
- Small village home design offering a unique setting with an open floor plan
- Chef-prepared, restaurant-style dining
- Skilled nursing assistance provided 24-hours a day by Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) and Licensed Registered Nurses
- Dedicated lifestyle activities team
- 24-hour security and emergency call system
- Physical, occupational and speech therapies
- Active family involvement in service planning
- Medication administration and monitoring
- Electronic medical records
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Skilled Nursing Frequently Asked Questions
Skilled Nursing is for those who need greater care while recovering from a hospital stay, or who need longer-term care. Professional, compassionate support is delivered around the clock by licensed professionals, including RNs, LPNs, and Certified Nurse Aides. We also offer custom programs that encourage maximum social interaction and preserve dignity.
Commonly after an illness or injury. These are some conditions that often require skilled care for seniors:
- Congestive heart failure
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
- Cardiac failure
- Parkinson’s disease
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Other major illnesses
- Hip or bone fracture
- Fall-related injury
- Orthopedic surgery
- Severe osteoarthritis
Potential candidates for long-term nursing care include those who are dealing with an ongoing health condition or disability, chronic or severe pain, a chronic medical condition, permanent disability, dementia, or those who need extensive help with activities of daily living.