Quiescence Care Home
Your choice for Post-Acute care in Sacramento, CA.
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A Congregate Living Health Facility
Founded and Managed by Nurses
When you are ready to enter into our admission process, our team is here to assist with every aspect to make this a comfortable transition for all. We treat Post Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA/MVC), Severe Stroke (CVA), Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI), Severe Respiratory Failure, Trach/ Vent Care, Ostomies, Enteral Feedings and many more.
Our staff will guide you and your family through your stay from what paperwork you need prior to arrival to what clothes you will need while you are here. We offer a comprehensive program of Respiratory Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Restorative Therapy, and Diet Management.
Our staff will help guide you with Specialty Wound Care, Post-Trauma Care, Pain Management, 24/7 Personalized Nursing Care, Private Room, IV Therapy & Management, Registered Dietitian, Medical Director, In-House Nurse Practitioner, Spiritual & Family Support. We are on this journey with you.
Residents can heal through a variety of therapies including respiratory, physical, occupational, speech, and IV therapy.
Specialized therapists treat acute critical conditions including cardiac and pulmonary diseases.
Experienced therapists will work with residents to strengthen their body and balance to facilitate secure mobility.
An Occupational Therapist will focus on functional mobility and strengthening both upper and lower body extremities.
A Speech Therapist will assess speech and cognition problems and plan appropriate treatments to enhance skills.
Who We Are
We are a group of Nurses whose passion for helping people inspired us to provide post-hospital care for patients recovering from a stroke or traumatic brain injury who are on breathing support. Not quite ready to go home yet, we reduce time in the hospital at a lower cost.
Expert care is provided in a home environment, more conducive to healing and rehabilitation. We work with family caregivers for collaborative training to get them ready for home.
You are welcome to schedule a tour with us. We’d love to show you our pristine new building that is updated with the latest and greatest technology. Or if you prefer, take a virtual tour from the comfort of your home.
You are welcome to schedule a tour with us. Or if you prefer, see our photo gallery from the comfort of your home.
What is a Congregate Living Health Facility (CLHF)?
A residential home that provides compassionate inpatient care, including Medical Supervision and 24-hour skilled nursing and supportive care for mentally alert, physically disabled persons, who may be ventilator dependent, persons who have a diagnosis of a life-threatening illness, or persons who are catastrophically and severely disabled.
Why would a CLHF be preferable over other forms of post-acute care?
Healing is quicker in a home-type environment rather than an institutional type of environment. Patients are calmer when they feel like they are at home and will not rush to be transferred home where they do not receive the same level of service or treatment.
- Some people feel that they are too young to be in a convalescence home.
- Families prefer to have care provided close to where they live.
- Significant cost savings when compared to an acute care hospital or skilled nursing facility.
How many patient's can your facility care for at full capacity?
Quiescence CLHF is licensed by the State of California to currently manage six patients, each in a private room setting. With a smaller facility, the patient care is more personalized and quality care is less likely to become overlooked with fewer patients.
How often will my loved one receive therapy?
The Director of Rehabilitation will guide the patient and/ or family through the rehabilitation program that is structured to suit the patient’s needs specifically.
Who pays for CLHF Services?
Managed Care Plans, Private Pay, Workers Comp, Commercial Insurance, Hospice GIP, and HMO.
What are the visiting hours?
Preferred visiting hours are 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM, 7 days a week.
What other services do we offer?
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