1621 S Byrne Rd Toledo, Ohio, 43614
Foundation Park History
Foundation Park Alzheimer's Care Center was established in 1989 as the first freestanding center in Northwest Ohio specializing in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. The center is fully licensed by the State of Ohio Department of Health to serve
NCM's principals and its management team have an impressive track record in developing and managing healthcare facilities and services.
James L. Farley and Michael J. Scharfenberger, NCM executive officers, offer more than 50 years of combined experience in developing and managing long term care facilities. Both are licensed healthcare administrators and are Fellows of The American College of Health Care Administrators.
NCM was established in 1984 with a commitment to excellence and a clear vision of the future of the dynamic healthcare industry. The expertise and foresight of the management team, as well as the progressive management systems they have designed and implemented in their facilities, have earned NCM a national reputation for professionalism and quality in healthcare management.
NCM has grown from a single nursing home in Cincinnati, to a network of owned and managed facilities in several cities throughout Ohio and other states.
Foundation Park Alzheimer's Care Center opened its doors on March 23, 1989. Foundation Park is a Corporation unto itself and stands on its own. Its legal name ndis Tlevay, Inc. d.b.a. Foundation Park Care Center. Foundation Park Alzheimer Care Center is the first freestanding Alzheimer's facility in Northwest Ohio.
Foundation Park story
Foundation Park Alzheimer's Care Center was established in 1989 as the first freestanding center in Northwest Ohio specializing in the treatment of Alzheimer's disease and related dementias. The center is fully licensed by the State of Ohio Department of Health to serve 125 residents, and it is approved by the Medicare and Medicaid programs. Foundation Park Alzheimer's Care Center is owned and operated by Nursing Care Management, a Cincinnati Ohio based health care company.
Foundation Park Mission & Philosophy
Mission Caring for a person suffering from Alzheimer's disease or a related disorder is an extraordinary task demanding stamina, patience and love. At Foundation Park Alzheimer's Care Center, we understand that both the family and the person with Alzheimer's disease are affected. Acknowledging this reality, Foundation Park’s philosophy of care is to treat residents compassionately with a caring staff who value an individual’s dignity and self-worth while offering support and friendship to a resident’s family and loved ones.
Philosophy Love is the act of sensing or hearing the special music in another spirit, And in those times when they forget their song, We sing the words back to them again
The appropriate stages of Alzheimer's disease and related Dementia disorders that Foundation Park Alzheimer's Care Center provides care and services to will vary from the early stages to the end stages.
Rehabilitative nursing care is provided for each resident admitted.
General rehabilitative nursing care is that which does not require the use of a qualified professional therapist to render such care.
Nursing personnel are trained in rehabilitative nursing care. Our facility has an active program of rehabilitative nursing which is developed and coordinated through the resident’s care plan.
The facility’s rehabilitative nursing care program is designed to assist each resident to achieve and maintain an optimal level of self-care and independence. Rehabilitative nursing care is performed daily for those residents who require this service. This program includes, but is not limited to:
Maintaining good body alignment and proper positioning;
Encouraging and assisting bedfast residents to change positions at least every two hours (day and night) to stimulate circulation and to prevent decubitus ulcers, contractures and deformities;
Making every effort to keep residents active and out of bed for reasonable periods of time, except when contraindicated by physicians orders, and encouraging residents to achieve independence in activities of daily living by teaching self care and ambulation activities;
• Assisting residents to carry out prescribed therapy exercises between visits of the therapists;
• Assisting residents with their routine range of motion exercises;
• Training for Bowel and bladder; and
• Others as prescribed by the resident’s attending physician.
Skilled Nursing Care
• Foundation Park Alzheimer's Care Center participates in both the Medicaid and Medicare programs.
• There is Registered Nurse services 24 hours per day, every day.
• Occupational, Physical and Speech therapy services are provided to meet every individual’s needs.
• Laboratory, Radiology, Pediatric, Dental, and Licensed Registered Dietician services are provided to meet every individual’s needs.
Respite/Short Stay Options
Admission to Foundation Park Alzheimer's Care Center may be for short stays.
The Respite/Short Stay Option provides an interval of temporary relief for the care giver of the everyday care giving tasks.
The Respite/Short Stay admission requires a minimum of a two-week stay and may be repeated as often as needed.
Our facility has entered into four contractual arrangements for hospice services to ensure that residents who wish to participate in a hospice program may do so.
When a resident participates in the hospice program, a coordinated plan of care between the facility, hospice agency and resident/family will be developed and shall include directives for managing pain and other uncomfortable symptoms. The care plan shall be revised and updated as necessary to reflect the resident’s current status.
All hospice services are provided under contractual arrangement. Complete details outlining the responsibilities of the facility and the hospice agency are contained in this agreement. A copy of this agreement is on file in the business office and hospice agency.
Our facility provides medically-related social services to assure that each resident can attain or maintain his/her highest practicable physical, mental, or psychosocial well-being.
Medically-related social services is provided to maintain or improve each resident’s ability to control everyday physical needs (e.g., appropriate adaptive equipment, vision and hearing services) and mental and psychosocial needs (e.g., sense of identity, coping abilities and sense of meaningfulness or purpose).
Family Support & Education
Foundation Park Alzheimer's Care Center’s Family Forum provides opportunities throughout the year for families and loved ones to learn more about Alzheimer's disease and related Dementia disorders. The Family Forum is a good time for families and loved ones to network with each other and develop support systems.
• Private and Shared Accommodations.
• Housekeeping and Laundry Services.
• Barber/Beauty Shop.
• Secured Doors.
• Podiatry, Dental, Psychological Services.
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