You will be sure to find your best fit amongst memory care, skilled nursing or rehabilitation at Samaritas Senior Living of Saginaw. Our programs are always evolving to better meet the goals of our residents; our expert clinical teams will help evaluate individual needs to determine what program will best meet your needs while also allowing for the most independence possible. As your needs change, Samaritas Senior Living will help guide you and ensure successful transitions of care.
Rooted in faith, we believe in the whole person; mind, body and spirit. Our Pastoral Care Department provides a variety of religious activities to help meet the spiritual needs of our residents and their families.
For our residents requiring continuous nursing care, Samaritas Senior Living of Saginaw provides physical, emotional and spiritual support. Residents are given the opportunity to be as independent as possible with the assurance of care from our licensed staff members. Our team works with your primary care doctor to develop a comprehensive care plan tailored to your unique needs that include:
Social and Mental Health Services
If you’re recovering from injury, illness or surgery, Senior Living Saginaw provides exemplary rehabilitation therapy on both a short-term and long-term basis. Our rehabilitation area provides a spacious environment, the best equipment and talented therapists to assist our residents in their therapy sessions. Upon completion of your therapy, our rehabilitation team will provide you with a comprehensive discharge plan for your return home.
Rehabilitation therapy at Samaritas Senior Living of Saginaw includes:
- Physical therapy to strengthen muscles and improve walking, balance, and mobility after a fall or a fracture and promote higher levels of functioning
- Occupational therapy to improve arm and hand movement in activities of daily living like dressing and bathing
- Speech and language therapy to improve eating, swallowing, cognitive and language skills following a stroke or brain injury
Senior Living Saginaw also has a Restorative division, which has been designed to help residents optimize and maintain their abilities to self-perform activities for daily living (ADLs) such as toileting, eating, bathing, dressing and hygiene, by utilizing a combination of walking, exercise and range of motion programs.