Our delightful skilled nursing residents not only receive state-of-the-art, Medicare-certified care that meets their specific needs and wishes; they’re also vital members of our vibrant community. Unlike traditional nursing homes or skilled nursing facilities in Fort Worth, The Stayton encourages well-being through cultural programs and intellectual pursuits.
Our highly accomplished, around-the-clock team of registered nurses and licensed practical nurses work directly with residents, their physicians and families to create responsive care plans – tracking and implementing even the slightest required changes to each personalized plan.
- Furnished private suites
- Three chef-prepared meals daily
- Snacks and beverages, 24 hours a day
- 24-hour licensed care
- 24-hour emergency response system
- Wellness programming, including health education and fitness plans
- Flat-screen TV in every suite
- Planned social functions
- Living and activity rooms
- Access to rehabilitative services (speech, occupational and physical therapy)
- State-of-the-art equipment and treatment programs
- Restorative therapy
- Pain and wound care
- Medication monitoring and administration
- Short-term and long-term care
To learn more about our skilled nursing at The Stayton, available on a direct-entry basis with no upfront entrance fee required, complete the contact form on this page.
Frequently Asked Questions
Skilled nursing is appropriate for people with medical needs requiring the specialized care delivered by round-the-clock licensed nurses and therapists. Most often, candidates for long-term skilled nursing have an ongoing health condition or permanent disability. They may be affected by chronic illness or the natural symptoms of advanced age.
Absolutely. Residents can choose from a full calendar of interesting and stimulating opportunities, including cultural and social events. Custom programs at The Stayton encourage maximum interaction and engagement while respecting privacy and preserving dignity.
Yes. Short-term skilled nursing or rehabilitation is available for those recovering from illness, injury, surgery or stroke who need intensive therapy and care to gain optimal well-being and health.
With a qualifying hospital stay, Medicare typically covers days 1-20 of skilled nursing and rehabilitation. A Medicare-set daily coinsurance rate will be assessed for days 21-100. Medicare payment rules are very stringent and vary depending on a number of factors. Your out-of-pocket expense may vary based on any additional supplemental insurance coverage you may have. Visit https://www.medicare.gov/coverage/skilled-nursing-facility-care.html for more details.
TEXAS LONG-TERM CARE OMBUDSMAN PROGRAM
A long-term care ombudsman helps residents of a nursing facility and residents of an assisted living facility resolve complaints. Help provided by an ombudsman is confidential and free of charge. To speak with an ombudsman, a person may call the toll-free number 1-800-252-2412.