As a premier senior living community in the heart of Fort Worth, The Stayton at Museum Way prides itself on delivering the highest quality of life to our residents. This extends not only to our exceptional dining venues and stimulating programming, but also to our top tier health services, which are all available on-site.
Our health services are available to older adults in the Fort Worth area on a direct-admit basis as well as our current Life Care residents. Of course, one of the greatest benefits for current residents is that whether they engage in short-term outpatient rehab or move into an assisted living apartment, they get to remain in the comfort of our community, continuing to enjoy their favorite activities surrounded by the friendly faces of neighbors and team members, and receiving the personalized experience they’ve come to expect. Learn more about our continuum of health services below.
Senior Rehabilitation Services
For recovery from a stroke, a fall, joint replacement or other surgery, The Stayton offers short-term senior rehabilitation services. Inpatient or outpatient rehab options are available to current Stayton residents as well as older adults in the Fort Worth area. Our team of trained therapists will work with your loved one to establish the goals for rehabilitation and a treatment plan to work towards those goals.
Treatment plans are unique to each individual based on their needs and conditions. Rehabilitation services may include any of the following:
- Occupational therapy to rebuild skills for performing activities of daily living
- Speech therapy to regain language, oral-motor and swallowing skills
- Physical therapy to regain strength, mobility and ambulation
- Cognitive therapy to rebuild cognitive pathways and mental acuity
- Aquatic therapy to rebuild strength and restore balance
Skilled Nursing Services in Fort Worth
For 5-star skilled nursing services in Fort Worth, look no further than The Stayton. Our skilled nursing wing has been given a 5-star rating by the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. This top rating factors in reports on resident care, health inspections and staffing for an overall quality rating.
Skilled nursing services may be required on either a short-term or long-term basis for individuals living with or recovering from certain illnesses or injuries. Some of these conditions include:
- Cardiac failure
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
- Congestive heart failure
- Fall-related injury
- Hip or bone fracture
- Orthopedic surgery
- Parkinson’s disease
For residents of The Stayton and other older adults in the Fort Worth area, we offer personalized skilled nursing care on-site. Because the conditions and needs of each individual are unique, we tailor our care plans to best accommodate each resident.
Assisted Living at The Stayton
For those who are still quite independent, but could use a hand now and then, we offer private assisted living apartments. Assisted living residents at The Stayton benefit from all the services and amenities our community offers with the added support of round-the-clock assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs).
Some Stayton residents live in our independent living residences for years before making the decision to move into assisted living, while others move directly into assisted living. Here’s how to know when it might be time to make the move into assisted living.
Memory Care Services
he Stayton offers specialized memory care services to those living with Alzheimer’s or other dementias. Private one-bedroom apartments in our secure memory care create a home-like environment. Our highly skilled, compassionate team takes a whole-person approach to care, providing daily opportunities for physical, intellectual, sensory, social and spiritual stimulation, as well as personalizing each resident’s care plan to meet their individual needs.
A Continuum of Care at The Stayton
As a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) in Fort Worth, Texas, residents of The Stayton have access to a culturally rich lifestyle as well as a full continuum of care. That means that your loved one can live life to the fullest while resting comfortably in the knowledge that higher levels of health support are available on-site and are accessible with little to no change in monthly cost thanks to our Type A Life Care contract.
If you’d like to learn more about the benefits of luxury high-rise living for you or a loved one, please fill out the form below or call us at 817-349-7140.