Skilled Nursing

Quality 24-hour care for your loved one in a supportive, home-like environment.

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Skilled Nursing at PSL

At Presbyterian Senior Living, we understand it is a difficult decision to move your loved one out of their home. Moving into a skilled nursing environment often comes at a stressful time for both the family and resident. We are here to support you and your loved one in your time of need.

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What is Skilled Nursing?

Skilled nursing residents receive all the care they need in a warm, home-like environment. With 24-hour support, nursing and care support staff assist with tasks of daily living such as bathing and dressing, feeding, medication management and more. Programmed activities provide stimulation and engagement as well as the opportunity for social connection with other residents.

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“Both my mother and I have been treated with care and respect. The staff is kind and considerate and open to whatever Mom requires to keep her safe and comfortable. Our family has been told by staff, 'This is your mom's home. We want her to be happy here.' The staff keeps us informed, if we contact them, they return our call or email almost immediately.”

Michelene S. | Daughter of Resident

Skilled Nursing FAQs

Considering Skilled Nursing for a loved one?  We've answered some of the most frequently asked questions below. 

What is the difference between skilled nursing and assisted living/personal care?

What will my loved one do all day?

Will my loved one’s insurance cover the cost of skilled nursing?

How Much Does Skilled Nursing Cost?

The cost of living in Skilled Nursing varies based on your individual needs. The base fees at PSL start around $400/day. Additional fees for ancillary personal medical needs such as medication can impact the daily cost.

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Is Skilled Nursing Right For Me?

Wondering if you are considering the right living option? We can help! If one or more of the examples below matches your situation, Skilled Nursing may be the right choice.

Your loved one requires around-the-clock care.

Your loved one’s safety is compromised by living in their home.

You can no longer provide your loved one with the care and support they need on your own.

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