A new Senior Care alternative, Rosette, is now open on the main line – Mainline Media News
LOWER MERION – Rosette, a brand new alternative to caring for the elderly, located on the prestigious main line in Gladwin, Pennsylvania, has officially opened its doors and welcomed its first residents. Inspired by the concept of living for the elderly on the West Coast, Rosette is a single-family home that has been renovated and refurbished for a limited number of eight immobile or other disabled seniors so they can live and receive assistance together. group.
Rosette’s licensed personal hygiene model, based on real family life, is permanent, authentic and non-judgmental. With full-time educators in the house around the clock, 7 days a day, Rosette has the lowest ratio of health care provider to the number of residents on the main line. Trained educators, including an on-site nurse, ensure the safety, well-being and participation of residents. Rosette also collaborates with home palliative care, home hospice and mobile health services.
“Rosette feels at home because it’s home,” said Teresa Farrow Southwell, Rosette’s founder. “We have specially designed Rosette to recreate a sense of family in a peaceful, safe environment for families who are struggling to find the right solution for their loved ones with disabilities. Nothing in Rosette is clinical or institutional. If it is impractical or safe for your loved ones to live with family, our passionate and experienced team intervenes and cares for them as for them, building trust and building relationships in an intimate, family atmosphere. ”
The outlet is the first of its kind in Montgomery County.
Close to family and friends for visits and within easy reach of the best health professionals, the house is fully compatible with walkers and wheelchairs and offers eight bedrooms with private bathrooms equipped with ADA, authentic living kitchen where residents take part in cooking . cultivate and enjoy homemade organic food together, home salon and beautifully manicured gardens and areas.
Rosette’s unique food menu was developed by Julie Lichtman RD, LDN, one of the area’s top medical nutritionists, with each meal tailored to the specific needs of the individual. Residents love easy-to-manage classes and meaningful conversations in the comfort of their home, close to their rooms. Rosette also equips all residents with bracelets that monitor vital health and daily activities, provide access to families from home and allow residents to contact caregivers at the touch of a button.
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