Medical Services are provided by the Home Physician for the Centre who visits weekly and as required on other occasions. Additionally, a physician is “on call” 24 hours a day to meet resident needs.
The Home also benefits from the services of a consulting Geriatrician along with other medical specialists who consult as necessary upon the direction of the Home Physician. Appointments with other Specialists such as Dental, Optometrists are made as necessary on behalf of residents.
A Foot Care Nurse visits residents following admission and on a regular basis thereafter. Residents who require Hospital care have access to several large Hospitals within the immediate area such as the Moncton General Hospital or the Dr. Georges Dumont Hospital.
24-hour Nursing Care is provided by Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses and Resident Attendants. Individualized care plans are developed for each resident by a multidisciplinary care team with input from the resident and/or family.
The Jordan LifeCare Centre has a dedicated palliative care room for the comfort of the resident and their family.
Weekly multi-denominational church services are offered to meet the diverse spiritual needs of our residents. Services are provided by clergy of various faiths within the community.
Therapeutic Nutritional Services are provided for residents utilizing a multi-disciplinary team approach. The Home has an on-site Dietitian who provides nutritional assessments, nutritional care plans and develops special diets as necessary. Each Nursing Unit has a large spacious dining room as well as a satellite kitchen to meet the needs of residents.
The Rehabilitation Support Worker acts as a Liaison between the resident and family, Nursing, and the Extra Mural Physiotherapist and Occupational Therapist to provide a plan of care for each resident.
The Rehabilitation Support Worker implements programs aimed towards fulfilling the psychosocial needs of our residents as well as utilizing the residents physical and mental capabilities. Such programs include group exercises, individual exercises focused on range of motion, art therapy and playing with the Wii System.
The Program provides Relief Care to a family or care giver of a dependent individual in their home. Under this Program, temporary accommodation for the dependent individual is provided in the nursing home for a specified period of from seven to thirty days, following which the individual returns to their former living arrangements.
The daily rate is paid by the client and established by the Department of Social Development.
A private independent hair salon, located in the lobby of the main building, is available to provide hairdressing services to the residents. The cost of such hairdressing services is paid for by the Resident and/or family.
Personal laundry is laundered on site, while dry cleaning must be sent out to a commercial dry cleaner by the family. Charges for dry cleaning, mending and alterations are the responsibility of the resident and/or family.
Televisions with cable tv access are located in the resident/family lounge sitting areas located on each nursing unit. Residents who prefer to have their own television in their room may make arrangements to have cable television connected. The monthly rental charge for cable tv service is the responsibility of the resident and/or family.
Residents who prefer to have a private telephone in their own room may contact either Bell Aliant or Rogers for installation. The monthly rental cost of a phone is the responsibility of the resident and/or family.
Similarly, residents can make arrangements with Rogers Cable TV service for the installation of private internet services in their room. The rental charge for the internet service is the responsibility of the resident and/or family.