There is always a varied selection of southern style meals planned by the culinary staff. Naturally, the meals are nutritious and balanced, but above all they are delicious.
There’s rarely a day that goes by without enjoyable activities because the staff is always planning something exciting. Activities are tailored to the interest and abilities of each resident.
Religious activities include devotions, noon-day prayers, Bible study groups and Sunday Worship service. These are led by our staff chaplain, Stacey Hammons, and a variety of community clergy and lay ministers. The new chapel/multi-purpose building is set to open December, 2017.
Part of great care is providing the comfort of personal safety. Extra security is provided on the grounds during the evening hours.
Every living option is equipped with a call system that provides residents with immediate access to staff. Our independent living residents also benefit from wearable alert pendants so that they can access assistance anywhere on our campus. Living independently doesn’t mean being out of touch.
We provide scheduled transportation to local physician’s offices, educational sessions, area grocery and discount stores. Many of our vehicles are wheelchair accessible.
The internet cafe is a comfortable place to visit with friends. Stay in touch with family and friends through Skype or private email on one of two workstations. Wi-Fi and a variety of beverages are available in the Internet Cafe.
Presbyterian Village features two conveniently located beauty/barber salons. Looking good leads to feeling good.
Fitness options include wheelchair ballet in the Health Care Center, exercise class in the Lodge and an the exercise room that is always open. Transportation to aquatic classes is available.
We offer a wide array of therapy services within the rehabilitation program. These programs are supervised by licensed therapist to provide excellent optimal goals.
The Village Health Care Center is a certified program of Music and Memory, a national program that promotes music therapy to help seniors. Residents in the HCC enjoy using iPods with personalized music that is important and relevant to them. The program has shown positive results for residents, especially those diagnosed with dementia. The Village is proud to be one of just six facilities in our state using this cutting-edge program.