Hospice Locations

Senior Care Facilities

Senior care facilities include a variety of categories, including:

Adult Day Care


Adult day care centers provide an opportunity for older adults to socialize with others and help with the isolation that many experience, on a day-to-day basis – along with giving caregivers a much-needed break. Adult day care facilities typically provide more supervision and services than a traditional community senior center.

Assisted Living


Assisted living facilities provide care for older persons who need help with daily activities and can’t manage to live independently any longer. The typical resident is not at the stage where the care that around-the-clock skilled nursing center feature is necessary.

Home Health Care


Home health care services (as opposed to “personal care”) include the monitoring of the patient’s condition and vital signs, and help with daily living routines like dressing, bathing and using the restroom. They can also perform light housekeeping duties and prepare meals.

Independent Living


Independent living for seniors is simply a housing arrangement designed to be more friendly to aging adults, as well as usually offering amenities, activities and services. Clubhouses or rec centers are often available, as are fitness centers, pools and golf or tennis facilities.

Memory Care


Memory care is a type of long-term residential care for people with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Staff perform similar tasks as those at an assisted living facility, with the addition of ensuring that residents are taking part in meals and activities. Memory care facilities maintain high levels of security to prevent residents from wandering off-site.

Rehabilitation


Senior rehabilitation centers can help regain mobility, strength and independence, used often after stroke, surgery or joint replacement. Rehab operations can include elements of psychiatry, neurology, nephrology, physiatry, gerontology, physical therapy and speech therapy.

Respite Care


Respite care provides short-term relief for primary caregivers. It can be arranged for just an afternoon or for several days or weeks. Care can be provided at home, in a healthcare facility, or at an adult day center.

Skilled Nursing


Skilled nursing care is care or treatment that can only be performed by licensed nurses. A wide variety of services can be performed by a skilled nursing center, including physical therapy, wound care, intravenous therapy, injections, speech-language therapy, and vital sign and medical equipment monitoring.

Kansas City, Kansas Physicians

Includes
Bonner Springs
Edwardsville
Kansas City, Kansas

 

Alliance Home Health Care, Inc.
Home Health Care
1831 Minnesota Ave.
Kansas City, KS 66102
913-233-0160

Best Choice Home Health Care Agency Inc.
Home Health Care
1232 N. 79th St.
Kansas City, KS 66112
913-287-3500

Delaware Highlands
Assisted Living
12600 Delaware Pkwy.
Kansas City, KS 66109
913-721-1400

Ignite Medical Resort - Rainbow Blvd.
Rehabilitation
3910 Rainbow Blvd., Unit 400
Kansas City, KS 66103
913-901-8462

Riverbend Post Acute Rehabilitation
Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation
7850 Freeman Ave.
Kansas City, KS 66112
913-334-3666

The Healthcare Resort of Kansas City
Assisted Living, Rehabilitation
8900 Parallel Pkwy.
Kansas City, KS 66112
913-788-2100

The Piper
Assisted Living, Memory Care, Skilled Nursing
2300 N. 113th Terrace
Kansas City, KS 66109
913-361-5136

Victory Hills Senior Living Community
Independent Living
1900 N. 70th St.
Kansas City, KS 66102
913-299-1166

 

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