“I like being able to sit with the residents to have a meal. I learn more about them and their likes and dislikes. One family member said it looked like her mother was just having a friend visit her for lunch.”
-Household nurse leader
The first two homes, the Walker Taylor House and the Sinclair-Hogue House were completed in July 2013. These 11,500 square foot homes have 12 resident bedrooms with a private bathroom and shower. The bedrooms may be single or shared rooms. The second pair of homes, Timberline and Lightkeepers, opened on April 1, 2014.
Within the main Health Care Center building eight separate households are being created. In addition to room upgrades, six 3500 square foot additions are being added that feature large kitchens, dining areas, living room and family room space with a fireplace. Each household has its own spa bathing facility, salon and laundry room. Meals are prepared in the household and residents have access to the community kitchen for snacks and beverages.
August 29, 2018
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August 16, 2018
The decision to retire from driving is one of the most difficult ones seniors have to face. Many of them view their ability to drive as the key to their independence. And, though they may realize that failing eyesight or other factors have an impact on their ability to drive safely, they fear that giving…Read More
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Over the next few days, we will be posting information for families and well-wishers who are concerned about loved ones and staff at The Davis Community.
All hands are on deck for this major hurricane. Our buildings are one of the safest places to be in the county, and we intend to shelter in place. The hurricane shutters have been closed. Food and water deliveries have been made. Employees are prepared to stay to meet the needs of our residents. Medical supplies are in place. Our campus is fully powered by generators in case of a power outage.
Most importantly, everyone at Davis is ready to act on behalf of our residents. We will get through this ordeal together. Thank you for your good thoughts and prayers.
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