Hidden Valley Ratings & Violations
Sheltered care bed facilities provide an environment designed to make an easy transition to recovery between the hospital and home. Many of these places provide post-acute services and transitional care during the recovery phase after surgery, procedures or a change in an individual’s health. Unfortunately, not all facilities provide a high level of care due to a lack of training, staff supervision or monitoring of its residents. Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC represent abused, injured or mistreated patients residing at Illinois sheltered care beds facilities like Hidden Valley.
This Sheltered Care Bed Facility provides services to residents of Jonesboro and Union County, Illinois. The 25 Illinois-certified-bed Home is located at:
204 S. Pecon Street
Jonesboro, IL 62952
Jonesboro Shelter Care Home Resident Safety Concerns
To ensure the families are fully informed of the services and care that the shelter care bed facility offers in their community, the state of Illinois routinely updates their comprehensive list of safety concerns, health violations, dangerous hazards, filed complaints, opened investigations, and incident inquiries three of Homes statewide. This data can be used to make an informed decision before placing a loved one in a private or government-run facility. The Union County neglect attorneys at Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC have found serious deficiencies and safety concerns at all sheltered care facilities in Illinois.
Rehabilitation and Recovery
Most sheltered bed facilities are not Medicaid/Medicare-participating centers. However, they still provide cares and services including therapy after surgeries and hospital stays. Usually, the post-acute services and short-term rehabilitation opportunities at the Home are provided through an assortment of therapies, home-like accommodations and nearby amenities to maximize the individual’s ability to get back to living a quality filled life.
A diagnosis of dementia or Alzheimer’s disease is often life-changing to both the individual and their family members. Any type of memory loss can cause a myriad of challenges and difficulties, especially when the family is unprepared. In many incidences, the demands for care placed on family caregivers can be overwhelming and cause significant hardship on their own personal health and lifestyle.
Many sheltered care bed centers can off solutions to the family because they provide exclusive treatment, care, and services to men and women living with dementias and Alzheimer’s disease. These facilities encourage the individual’s independence and interaction with other residents and caregivers in a nurturing environment that include engagement therapy, specialized programs, and teaching life skills. Some of these plans include:
- Individualized Plan of Care – These facilities develop plans of care to meet the specialized needs of the individual’s functional abilities. In some cases, the individual is taught basic personal and work skills that are offered individually and through a large group. This is especially beneficial to individuals living with atypical dementia.
- Engagement Treatment – Integrating an individual’s specialized experiences with present desires and interests is essential to increasing their functional and cognitive abilities. Engaging an individual with memory loss helps to maximize their capacity to live a more independent life.
- Maximizing Skills – Day-to-day functions can be especially challenging to individuals living with memory loss where an everyday task including housekeeping, eating, toileting, or dressing might require a reprogramming of basic living skills. Men and women who are successful in maximizing their skills tend to create a more productive life.
Basic routines are essential to a quality of life for individuals who struggle to remember what’s going on from one moment to the next. A daily schedule of meals and activities filled with routines and life skills training provides helps them develop a less complex lifestyle that tends to be overwhelming for those with dementia.
Relocating into a Sheltered Care Bed Facility
It often takes months or years for families to decide to place a loved one in a sheltered care facility who requires ongoing monitoring, assistance, services and care. However, planning should begin the moment the individual is diagnosed with dementia or when the family knows their loved one will need to receive extensive rehabilitation recovery services to get back on their feet.
Before choosing the best location, it is essential to assess and evaluate the cares and services that every available sheltered bed facility provides. The family should ask questions concerning the staff’s ability to handle their loved one specific needs and requirements. Visiting the facility is essential to ensure that the family is placing their loved one in a comfortable and safe environment and being provided services while maintaining their dignity, respect of individuality and quality of life.
Jonesboro Illinois Nursing Home Abuse Lawyers
If you believe that your loved one was victimized by caregivers or other residents at Hidden Valley, call Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers LLC now. Our Jonesboro nursing home attorneys have represented clients with victim cases involving abuse and mistreatment. Our law firm working on your behalf can ensure your family receives adequate financial recompense for the injuries, losses and damages your loved one has endured.
We encourage you and your family to contact our Union County abuse law office today by calling (888) 424-5757 to schedule your appointment for a comprehensive case review at no charge. We accept every nursing home abuse and neglect claim for compensation through contingency fee arrangements. Our legal fees are paid only once we have negotiated an out of court settlement on your behalf or have successfully resolved your recompense case in a court of law.