Aging in Place
It is HillHouse’s mission that its residents are served by knowledgeable and caring staff who are attentive to the wellness, safety and dignity of the residents and who respond to their needs with empathy, warmth, and compassion. HillHouse will support its community of residents and their family members by providing care in an environment that is home-like, clean, and emphasizes enjoyment, comfort, and personal well-being. HillHouse is committed to protecting the need of its resident’s to ‘age in place’ in order that detrimental transitions are avoided as best as possible.
Aging-In-Place is a seamless, comprehensive approach to progressive levels of residential elder care and integrates all the medical, emotional and social aspects of eldercare, enhancing the quality of life for HillHouse residents as well as for their families and loved ones. Residents who come to HillHouse as healthy elders need not be transferred to another facility as their physical, mental, and emotional needs increase over time. HillHouse accommodates residents’ needs through all stages of aging, including long-term care and the dying process.
- Aging-In-Place means fewer readjustments for residents to new surroundings, facilities and caregivers, transitions that are stressful for seniors as well as their families.
- Aging-In-Place provides peace of mind as well as financial continuity for family members, plus the convenience of a single source for information regarding a resident’s ongoing wellbeing.
- Aging-In-Place includes management and treatment for advanced dementia and wandering patients, including “Wandergaurd™” and “TABAlarm™” non-restraining systems.
- Aging-In-Place means that skilled nursing, geriatric mental health, hospice, and rehabilitative services are provided at HillHouse, by both our staff and through outside agencies.