Comprehensive and compassionate life care services after injury
A home-like, community-based environment for individuals who need lifelong medical care and support
After a catastrophic life event, finding the right long-term life care facility can feel overwhelming. You want a place that feels like home — one that will enhance your loved one’s life and provide quality care and attention. Whether a workers’ compensation case or not, a facility that offers life care and planning services after injury is important.
That’s where Nexus Neurorecovery Center comes in. We provide a variety of programs, services, therapies, and activities that help patients adjust to disability and increase overall wellbeing. Our home-like setting provides compassionate and fun lifelong care as we’re mending minds.
Not your traditional assisted living facility
Life care doesn’t mean your loved one or patient has to reside in a traditional assisted living facility. Nexus offers family-focused, positive environments that support individual wellbeing.
- Daily programming, therapy, and activities
- 24-hour nursing care
- Movement through campus continuum of care to attain the highest level of independence in a minimally restrictive environment
- Vocational rehabilitation (job coaching, on-the-job training, liaising with employees)
What are life care services after injury like at Nexus Neurorecovery Center?
Providing care in a home-like environment, life care at Nexus Neurorecovery Center maximizes independence, productivity, and self-advocacy while minimizing the risk of medical complications and secondary disability. In fact, many life care residents continue to make progress on their recovery journey while in our program.
Life care services support patient recovery, improve quality of life, and decrease the overall burden of care on family members. The Nexus team works with families, life care planners, and case managers to develop a plan to meet the individual’s needs. Our state-of-the-art facilities offer many amenities, from rehabilitation gyms to medication spaces to fishing ponds. We concentrate on maintaining our residents’ health and level of function so they can enjoy the greatest independence and participate in community activities for both work (when applicable) and leisure.
What is the purpose of life care?
Some individuals require ongoing, lifelong support and medical care after a catastrophic injury or illness. While needs are sometimes managed at home, many individuals do better long-term at a facility that can care for their evolving needs while challenging them through therapies and activities.