About Village Manor
Q: What makes Village Manor different?
A: Person-Centered Care
Village Manor takes pride in providing person-centered long term care. We focus on each resident and get to know who he or she is. Families may be asked about the person’s hobbies, family history, career, likes, and dislikes. This initiates better personal relationships between residents and caregivers. Residents are also very much involved in their own care. They are encouraged to join our resident council, which meets monthly. The council is vital in requesting, planning, and carrying out new ideas residents want to implement in their home.
Village Manor became part of Memorial Health System in 2003. The facility underwent an extensive renovation to be designed more like a home. Changes included renovating hallways into “neighborhoods” with kitchenettes and living areas in close proximity to resident rooms, designing the entrance to each hallway, and furnishing hallways like a regular home. The renovation also included the addition of a family dining room and Village Center for family gatherings and activities. Since the renovation, Village Manor has added a chapel and library. We are working on creating a soda shop area and garden areas to make Village Manor feel more like a home. We continue to look for ways to enhance our facility that will benefit our residents and appreciate our community’s support in helping us do so.