Long-Term Care De Leon, TX

De Leon Long-Term Care

Western Hills Healthcare Residence’s Long-Term Care services are designed to accommodate a wide range of clinical requirements, comfort levels, and personal preferences due to age or disability. The Western Hills Team spares no resource or effort to always ensure your loved one feels at home!

One of Western Hill’s Long-Term specialties is Secure Memory Unit Care. The Unit is designed to treat individuals experiencing anywhere from mild to moderate levels of memory loss by having patients participate in memory loss activities that are engaging, purposeful, and stress free.

Services and Amenities of Western Hills Healthcare Residence’s Long-Term Care include:

  • Stimulating Recreation Activities
  • Recreation Programs featuring individual and group activities, crafts, and civic projects
  • Transportation to Physician Appointments
  • Well-Landscaped Patio & Gardens
  • Spacious Lounges & Common Areas
  • Well-Appointed & Airy Accommodations

At Western Hills Healthcare Residence, residents of De Leon, TX will experience optimal outcomes.

Contact us today at 325-356-2571 to learn more about our skilled nursing care & Long-Term Care services!

De Leon is a city in Comanche County. Its population was about 2,250 at the 2010 US Census. The city is named after Juan Ponce de León. De Leon’s motto, “Busiest Town, Friendliest People,” is a reminder of the slower-paced lifestyle that’s only found today in a few US communities.

 
De Leon Resources:

  • De Leon Peach & Melon Festival & Tractor Pulls – The De Leon Peach & Melon Festival is one of a kind event that you won’t want to miss! With so many fun and unique events you’re sure to have a good time!
  • About Long-Term Care – Long-term care is when a person requires assistance with thier physical or emotional needs over an extended period of time. This will most likely involve helping a friend/relative with activities or needs that healthy, active people take for granted and can include a wide range of tasks, such as dressing, feeding, answering the phone and doing laundry.
  • Managing Alzheimer’s Disease – Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disease that gets worse over time, and the course of the disease can greatly vary from person to person. For instance, some people nay only have the disease for the last five years of their lives, while others may have it for as long as 20 years. Learn about what managing the disease and what you should discuss with your healthcare provider.

 

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