Long-Term Care Gorman, TX

Gorman 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 Gorman, TX will experience optimal outcomes.

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

Gorman is a city in Eastland County, Texas. Eastland is a community full of diversity – there is truly something for everyone. From outdoorsy activities to sports, to museums and art & entertainment events, Gorman and its surrounding area really has it all! Gorman’s population was around 1,100 at the 2010 US Census.

Gorman Resources:

  • Eastland Chamber of Commerce – The Chamber is a partnership between Gorman businesses and professional people working to build a healthy economy and improve the overall quality of life in Eastland, Texas. The Chamber’s overall mission is to perform various services for existing businesses and to enhance residents’ quality of life by promoting and representing the agricultural, civic, commercial and industrial interests of Eastland County.
  • Alzheimer’s Treatment Options – Although there is no cure for Alzheimer’s, there are many treatment options and actions you can discuss with your healthcare provider to better manage life with the disease. Each stage of Alzheimer’s presents different challenges, so it is important to frequently discuss medical and care-related options, as well as safety issues, with your caregiver.
  • Resources for Alzheimer’s Caregivers – If you’re caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s, there’s no need to feel like you’re alone. There’s a wealth of support out there, covering everything from general caregiving assistance to specific topics such as financial support.


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