"Forest Hills Home at Palm Harbor" is a 6- Bed Facility, totally remodeled, and a "One of A Kind" Home. Located in the Private Community of “Fairway Forest” surrounded by the “Lansbrook Gold Course”, within walking distance to the YMCA, Lansbrook Golf Course & Club House & Brooker Creek Shopping Center. Our small, personable Unique Home is dedicated to supporting the needs of those who need some support in living their lives to their fullest capacity we encourage exercise, games and activities, arts and crafts, trips to Senior Centers, the YMCA and weekly trips to Religious Services. Unlike the “institutional atmosphere” of larger Facilities, we provide a truly “homelike” and loving environment. Our Residents bathe every day, whether or not they need assistance, unlike twice a week in larger Facilities. Our Resident’s personal laundry is done separately, and therefore we have No Need for Nametags! Our “home cooked food” menus are customized to the “likes and dislikes” of each of our Residents, while still adhering to all nutritional & dietary requirements. We are truly "A Special Home For Special People". “Our Assisted Living Home will also consider and are trained to accommodate Brain Injured Residents as well as Geriatric Residents. Our personal care level and attention given to ALL our Residents, including activities and stimulation are well suited to those recovering from strokes or a traumatic brain injury accident. Our Environment of a stable & loving Home, coupled with our consistent focus on Maintaining Dignity and Individuality, Encourages Every Resident to function at their highest level of ability!” We are also recognized by and recommended by The Brain Injury Association of Florida. Our NEWLY OPENING 2nd “SPECIAL HOME FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE” Immaculate House at Countryside 21542 Countryside Pines Drive Clearwater, FL 33761 located in the Private Community of “Countryside” within walking distance to the Countryside Mall. Same Owner/ Same Principals believing in: “Keeping It Small, Keeping It Simple, Keeping It like Home!” Offers the same “homelike & supportive atmosphere, services & programs!”
All genders welcome
Age 30 and over
As we successfully have 2 Brain Injured Residents living quite wonderfully with our Geriatric Dementia/ Alzheimer’s Residents and an MS Day Care Weekly Guest, we feel anyone from 30 yrs old + a consideration. Our Current Residents ages are 48-100 yrs young!!
No licensed nursing care provided
Contract for on-call physician care
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
Sitting, standing, walking, and getting in and out of bed
Residents may contract with an outside agency to bring in services
Behavioral Support Offered for Residents Who...
Need prompting for their personal care
Diabetes Management Care
Self-administered insulin injection
Health Condition Care
Incontinence and bladder management
Traumatic brain injury
Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Provided
Stages of Alzheimer's Progression Accepted
Stage 1: no impairment
Stage 2: very mild decline
Stage 3: mild decline
Stage 4: moderate decline
Stage 5: moderate, mid-stage
Services for Alzheimer's or Dementia Residents
Family members able to join at mealtime
Family members able to participate in care plan
Specially trained staff
Environment that is easy to navigate
Daily planned recreational and social activities
Activities tailored to residents' abilities
Diminished abilities or stage of disease that would result in a transfer or discharge:
When a Resident no longer asks for, realizes, or wants to let us Help Them Help Themselves.
Special care programs offered for Alzheimer's and Dementia residents:
Our Small TLC (Tender Loving Care) Approach - Stimulating, Loving, & GENUINE CARING environment provides a Sound, Supportive Loving Home Atmosphere which we have found helps to "ANCHOR" those loosing memory and "loosing touch" with things. Our Up-beat HUMEROUS attitude, makes everyone feel at ease with their deficiencies- INSTEAD WE FOCUS ON EACH OTHERS STRENGTHS!! For Example, If one of our Residents can't remember where we live, they walk their dog (yes we believe in "family pets") with another Resident who does. If one Resident can't see well enough to read any longer, another Resident reads to them from the newspaper- and we have open discussions daily about what's happening in the world. Regardless of their losses, they still have their Individual Strengths. This is what we focus on. Why are we so Unique- it's quite simple really, we are small enough to TRULY CARE, yet BLESSED enough to "Function as an EXTENDED FAMILY!" As any psychiatrist, psychologist, or Sigmund Freud would proclaim, "There's something quite Unique, Special, and FUNCTIONAL about the Nuclear Family!" The Circle of Life, as we "decline" in our later years, we revert back to basic "childlike" tendencies and fears; what could be more supportive than a Loving Family! Simple approach, maybe, does it work, yes, at least it does in OUR HOME!!
Living Space Options
Private bedrooms with shared bathrooms
Minimum cost: $2500
Billed per month
Shared bedrooms with shared bathrooms
Minimum cost: $1800
Billed per month
Short Term and Temporary Stay Options
Residents may bring pets
Pet Types Allowed
Smoking accommodations are provided
24 hour controlled access
Controlled access garage
Fire sprinkler system
New staff subject to criminal background check
Transportation and Parking Options
Access to public transportation
Air purification system
Cable hook up
Climate control or thermostat
Private courtyard or patio
Payment Sources Accepted
Long term care insurance
Pet deposit required
Pet deposit amount: $250
Damage or security deposit required
Damage or security deposit amount: $500
FL Assisted Living Facility
License No. 10799
Issued by Florida Agency For Health Care Administration
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