The decision to move a loved one to long-term care isn’t an easy one. You want a nurturing, loving environment, one that doesn’t feel cold, sterile, or institutional. That’s where Willow Brook differs from most other skilled nursing centers. Our hallways and resident rooms are carpeted, giving the feeling of warmth, while muffling the jarring sounds that bare floors accentuate. The hallways have numerous conversation areas where friends and family can relax with ease, and the décor is gracious and appealing
Long-term care is for your loved ones who can no longer take care of themselves. You want to know that the person you love is still being loved, is happy, has a good life, and is being cared for the way you would do it yourself if you could.
Give “The Home” a “sniff test.” It smells good. The food is fantastic, and your loved one is surrounded by people who care about her (or his) happiness and well-being.
That is no accident. There truly is a “Willow Brook Way,” and that’s what we call it. We watch for people who “have it” in our hiring practices, we teach it in orientations, we reinforce it in evaluations, and we even train for it in the STNA classes we provide to community people interested in becoming nursing assistants.
The Willow Brook Way culture is behind every perfect nursing score, every satisfaction survey, and every accolade given by our regulators and our peers. It is real, and we are proud of it.
We realize that navigating all of the available service options can be overwhelming. Download our ‘Finding the Right Fit’ Guide to help distinguish what service is the best option for you or your loved one.