Restorative nursing is the long-term care of residents in our skilled nursing facilities, or nursing homes. Restorative nursing helps to maintain the progress made in other therapies including physical, occupational, and speech. A plan is put into place by the resident’s therapist, and the restorative aid will assist in the implementation of that plan. As its name suggests, restorative nursing helps your loved one restore his or her faculties.
Our restorative nursing team can aid rehabilitation in a wide range of areas. Restorative aids can help with eating and swallowing, walking, range of motion exercises, dressing and grooming, and communication training.
Under the supervision of your loved one’s therapist, restorative nursing typically allows for faster recovery and healing. When the restorative aid carries out the plan designed by the therapist on a daily basis, it speeds up the recovery process. Your loved one can gain back some independence with the help of restorative nursing.
Restorative nursing may be the right choice for you and your loved one if he or she is recovering from a surgery, amputation, stroke, disability, injury, or illness. A restorative nursing program will aid in the recovery process and multiply the results of a standard therapy program. With daily monitoring and assistance, you can be sure that your loved one is progressing each and every day. Restorative nursing can encourage your loved ones to progress through careful monitoring, recording, and assessing.
QHC strives to provide the best environment possible for the recovery and rehabilitation of your loved one. We understand that every accomplishment, no matter how small, is something to celebrate. We pride ourselves on our ability to care for our residents and assist them in journey to healing. We aim to help them to continue to gain a little more independence each and every day.
Our company was founded in 1977 by Kenneth Webb under the name Quality Health Care Specialists, Corp. In 2011, Jerry and Nancy Voyna became the proud owners after 20+ years of service within the company home office. At that time Jerry and Nancy changed the name of the company to QHC Management, LLC and QHC Facilities, LLC, respectively. QHC Management oversees the operations of QHC Facilities and in total there are 11 facilities; nine skilled nursing homes and two assisted living facilities.