For more information and updates on COVID-19 virus Read More

To see a list of frequently asked questions please Click Here

Majestic Care


July 31, 2019

Ruth Avery has chosen to call Majestic Care New Haven home, and we are happy she did. She was referred to Occupational Therapy as she experienced a decline in all areas of self-care.  Ruth also required maximum assistance to complete self-feeding.

Majestic Care New Haven and Reliant Rehabilitation provided Occupational Therapy for Ruth and she was able to increase overall strength and activity tolerance.  Additional goals were added to include self-care such as dressing and toileting.  

Continue reading “RESIDENT SPOTLIGHT – New Haven – Ruth”

RESIDENT SPOTLIGHT – Fort Wayne – Deb Wade

July 24, 2019

Upon arrival to Majestic Care of Fort Wayne, Deb Wade was dealing with multiple medical complications. Deb was on 4 liters of oxygen, a continuous feeding tube, had decreased communication abilities, had suffered a hip fracture and was experiencing severe pain with movement.  Deb worked with Care Team Members for pain management while Speech Therapy began to work towards Deb’s ability to swallow.

Continue reading “RESIDENT SPOTLIGHT – Fort Wayne – Deb Wade”


July 16, 2019

Marta Kohen chose to call Majestic Care of Avon home. While at her previous facility, Marta was a high fall risk due to decreased balance, decreased strength and declining mobility. Upon arrival to Majestic Care of Avon, Marta was evaluated by Reliant Rehabilitation’s Physical Therapy Department.

Marta was motivated in improving her current and regaining independence in her new environment. She participated in therapy 5 days a week, going above and beyond during her treatment sessions. Physical therapy’s main goal was to make Marta independent again, decrease her fall risk and promote her independence in her new environment.

Continue reading “RESIDENT SPOTLIGHT – Avon – Marta”

RESIDENT SPOTLIGHT – Connersville – Richard

July 8, 2019

Richard Hughes has called Majestic Care of Connersville home since 2016. He was admitted with a medical diagnosis of hypertension and generalized muscle weakness.

Throughout the years of Richard’s stay, he has had several improvements and declines in functional mobility. Richard’s last decline was in November 2018, when he had shoulder pain and limitations that made it difficult to complete transfers, bed mobility, ambulation and ADLs.

Continue reading

Congratulations to Victoria Collier, RNA as she celebrates 20 years of service this month at our Majestic Care of Columbus community!

“I love taking care of all of my Residents, they are like family. I have been through eight takeovers and I feel this one is the ticket because Majestic Care has shown that they care about their staff as well as their residents.”

– Victoria Collier, RNA