With the help of our local partners, Moundridge Manor offers diagnostic and medical services to all residents. These include:
Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapies
Drug Administration Services
These on-site and local services allow the resident to have as usual and home-like an atmosphere as possible. Other services are available outside local care and we will happily provide transportation and a care attendant for such services.
We provide physical, occupational, and speech therapy on-site.
Our med nurses will make sure that the correct medication is received at the right time.
A physician trained in geriatric care will work to create a long-term care plan for making life easier.
Programs designed by our activities director and team helps ensure participants stay active and engaged in their environment.
Nursing staff will provide general supervision, education, support, and intervention when needed.
Hospice & Comfort Care
When the time comes, we’re here for them and for you– together.
Other than for extreme or complex situations, the Manor offers a continuum of care for all stages of elder care. We will only require that a resident transfer to another facility when (1) Our facility can longer meet the resident’s needs, (2) the safety and health of other individuals in the facility are endangered.
The extent of this is outlined in our Discharge/Transfer Policy.
Once all options for safe ambulation with or without the use of assistive devices are exhausted, some of our residents use state-of-the-art Broda® geriatric positioning chairs ensure a safe, comfortable vehicle for residents. These chairs offer tilted recline, full recline, and are on multi-shift drive wheels and can accommodate persons of all body sizes. With these chairs we can easily reposition non-ambulatory persons or transfer to bed or other places with ease. Use of these chairs allows those who would normally bed-ridden to maintain cognitive skills and participate in daily life at the Manor. They also protect elopement, fall risk persons from dangerous falls and pressure injuries.
Since 1981, Broda has been providing chairs to meet the individualized seating needs of patients in multiple care settings. Broda’s industry-leading features and functionality, aid in treating conditions such as edema, decreased skin integrity, respiratory issues and more. Broda chairs provide ease of use for the caregiver while providing enhanced safety and improved quality of life. See relevant chairs.
Our policy is to admit and treat all residents without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, age (if over 16), sex, handicap or payment source. Within our abilities we will treat any one who is:
a. Be under the care of a physician licensed to practice in Kansas
b. Physical, mental, and psychosocial needs must be of such that they can
be met by the services provided by Moundridge Manor.
c. Have admission orders written and signed by the physician upon
i. These will include a review of medications
d. Be 16 years of age or older.
Moundridge Manor has service limitations, and will not care for residents that
have the following conditions within our facility:
a. Weight greater than 400 pounds
c. Ventilator dependent
d. Nasogastric tube
e. Peritoneal dialysis
f. IV infusion therapy.
Read our full admission policy
Read our full discharge and transfer policy