Taking care of individual needs with expert, professional care and an abundance of compassion and kindness. It’s been our practice at Village Care Center for more than 45 years. Our associates work with individuals and their families to create a customized care plan – maintaining personal interests with the focus of achieving a maximum level of independence. Each day and through the night, our focus is to provide skilled medical care with attention to emotional needs and overall wellbeing. Long-term care includes two communities, creating neighborhood-like settings with familiar faces and friends. Family members and loved ones are always welcome and encouraged to visit the neighborhood.
If you are a caregiver, there are times when you need a break. Village Care Center offers respite stays for your loved one – for a few days or a few weeks. This allows you to rest, refresh and take care of you and your life. Confident in knowing your loved one is still receiving big-hearted, exceptional care you can trust.
To learn more about skilled nursing and respite care in the Kansas City metro area at John Knox Village, contact us, or call (816) 892-4349 to schedule a personal appointment.
Skilled nursing care is for individuals with medical needs requiring the skill of round-the-clock licensed nurses and therapists. Skilled nursing is appropriate for people recovering from illness, injury, surgery or stroke that need intensive therapy and care to gain optimal well-being and health.
Situations are as varied as individuals. Most often, candidates for long-term care have an ongoing health condition or permanent disability. They may suffer from chronic severe pain or the natural symptoms of advanced age that led to frailty and need for 24-hour medical supervision.
The Village Care Center is Medicare-certified. Generally, if a skilled service is needed and there has been a 3-day hospital stay in the last 30 days, Medicare will pay for up to 100 days of care needed to recuperate from stroke, surgery, injury or accident. However, Medicare payment rules are stringent, and once an individual no longer makes progress in recuperation, payment becomes the responsibility of the individual. Visit http://www.medicare.gov for details.