Residents over the age of 50 who are demonstrating challenging behaviors or dealing with stressful situations may act out in seemingly inappropriate manners. These actions are often driven by anxieties, physical ailments or other issues, and they can exclude seniors from comfortable living in traditional assisted living or retirement communities. Behavioral health care options at Courtyard Manor lets affected seniors find a caring, safe home.
Seniors with both physical and behavioral needs are welcome at Courtyard Manor. Our team works with residents to identify and manage challenging behaviors, including:
The Courtyard Manor team takes a comprehensive approach to supporting each resident’s ability to thrive. Hands-on employees spend active time with your loved one, helping them engage in appropriate activities of daily living and social scenarios when possible. Our staff is trained to recognize and react to behavior changes in a proactive, positive and helpful way.
To ensure appropriate staff-to-resident ratios, each of our four buildings houses 20 residents. The teams responsible for managing our residents’ needs are well-trained and experienced; they’re specifically trained to assist residents with dementia, Alzheimer’s or other conditions that might result in challenging behaviors.
Both psychiatric and medical doctors are also available to respond to urgent resident needs 24 hours a day, which reduces the risks that your loved one may need to be admitted to a hospital to receive appropriate levels of care.
Individual care plans, a community environment and staff that truly care about each and every resident are just some of the reasons your loved one will feel at home at Courtyard Manor in Farmington Hills, Fenton and Swartz Creek.
Complete the contact form, or call us at 248-539-0104 to learn more about our services or schedule a visit to tour one of our communities.