Joyce admitted to Majestic care of Fort Wayne after sustaining a fall at home resulting in a wrist, hip and pelvic fracture. Upon admission, Joyce was non weight bearing and demonstrated limited use of her wrist and right leg while also experiencing increased pain from her fractures. Joyce required moderate assistance with her dressing, bathing, grooming and transfers. Nursing care team members were able to manage her pain which allowed therapy to maximize her time in rehab. Joyce participated in Physical and Occupational therapy daily to rehab back home with family and friends. Joyce completed a home visit where she was able to demonstrate good safety awareness and ability to maneuver through out her home. Joyce discharged home with limited need for assistance from a walker and independent with all daily tasks! Great job, Joyce!
Sharon Faye Brewer has been a joyful resident of Majestic Care of North Vernon for over 2 years while being a resident of Jennings County for over 47 years!
Sharon lived with her parents near Scipio for many years after a motor vehicle accident left her in a wheelchair at the age of 16. Her father brought her home to Jennings County and built a ramp onto their home and also Faith United Baptist Church next door, so that she could still attend without any worry of transportation. The church that he built is still active today.
Since Sharon has chosen to live at Majestic Care of North Vernon, she has been a joy to others. She has made wonderful friendships both with residents and staff. She loves to help anyone that she can and enjoys the music, activities and Bingo.
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“It was excellent! Therapy helped me far exceed my personal goals and return home!” – Pam McKinney
Pam McKinney admitted to Majestic Care of Sheridan for rehabilitation after experiencing a hip fracture. Following her fracture, Pam was wheelchair bound, unable to ambulate, and required maximum assistance with self-care tasks. Pam was motivated and determined to return home, but she knew it would not be easy. Pam consulted with her nurses, therapists and husband about the skills and equipment she would need to return home safely. Throughout her stay, she worked hard in physical therapy and occupational therapy to regain her strength and independence. A home evaluation was completed with Pam, her husband and her occupational therapist to assure her safety upon her return home. Once the evaluation was completed and necessary equipment was in place, Pam continued to work with therapy to maximize her independence. After achieving her personal and therapy goals, Pam discharged home with her husband able to complete her functional mobility with a walker and her daily activities with supervision. Congratulations, Pam!
Effective today Majestic Management has entered into an arrangement with the Franciscan Ministries to acquire Saint Anthony’s Village. Saint Anthony will join 9 other locations in Indiana and Ohio that all operate under the name of Majestic Care. The organization will provide post-acute care services to approximately 1000 seniors and employ greater than 1200 Care Team Members.
“We are excited for the team at Saint Anthony to join our growing family of post-acute care communities.” states Bernie McGuinness, CEO of Majestic Management, “This community adds to the Majestic family a beautiful campus to offer Northwest Indiana a trusted provider in post-acute care. This community provides short-term rehabilitation, long-term care, memory care services and assisted living. Saint Anthony is conveniently located next to the local hospital and will provide care to over 215 seniors on a daily basis. We are excited to continue the traditions of the campus while meeting the needs of the local healthcare community. We are looking forward to adding over 250 care team members to the Majestic family. Majestic Care remains focused on our Care Team Members and are excited to keep so many talented health care providers in place. This approach will provide consistency in our care and outcomes for the residents and families.”
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