November is National Long Term Care Awareness Month, and the South Atlantic Health Care (SAHC) centers in South Carolina are showing support for our skilled team of specialists and residents.
As a leading provider of rehabilitation, skilled nursing, assisted living and long term care for seniors, we want to encourage anyone 65 years or older to have a plan ready should you need long term care. It will not only give you peace of mind, but also help your family plan for your long term care journey.
Providing compassionate care for a wide range of conditions
Approximately 70 percent of men and women over the age of 65 will need some type of long term care support. If you are looking for a safe solution for your parents or grandparents, the SAHC centers provide many different services to individuals with clinically complex problems or who have multiple acute or chronic conditions. Our services include:
- Respiratory therapy
- Cancer treatment
- Pain management
- Head trauma treatment
- Cardiac and respiratory care
- Stroke rehabilitation
- In-house dialysis
- Surgical recovery and wound care
- IV therapy
- Alzheimer’s and dementia care
- Hospice and palliative care
- 24-hour skilled nursing care
- Personalized, resident-centered care
- Regular housekeeping of intimate and shared spaces
- Walker-friendly and wheelchair accessible hallways and common areas
- Leading-edge physical, occupational and speech therapy services
Giving you peace of mind and your loved one unparalleled care
Whether you live close to your aging loved one or are miles apart, ensuring they have everything they need to live their healthiest life can be stressful, especially when they need regular medical care. It’s a big life decision and one that you shouldn’t have to make alone. The SAHC admissions team can help you with everything, from hospital transfers to helping you know what to expect once they’re settled in their new home.
It’s our mission to provide our residents with innovative and individualized long term care using the best qualities of clinical and social care models. We want everyone to feel comfortable and safe in a setting that offers innovative medical care and feels a lot like home.
To learn more or to speak to a member of the SAHC admissions team, visit our locations page to find a center near you.