At Harmony, our purpose is to make residents feel cared for while providing the blend of services that meet their individual needs. Our service is designed to bring resources and caring assistance while encouraging each resident to be appropriately independent. Our support for the activities of daily living (ADL) range from occasional, simple assistance to more complete support for those who are recovering from a stroke, managing diabetes or living with cancer, a heart condition, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s or dementia. We make sure that the safety, dignity and well-being of each resident is upheld continuously.
Harmony’s small home setting means that each resident receives ample attention and that no one goes without the services they need. Our high caregiver-to-resident ratio (as compared with large nursing or assisted living homes) means that our caregivers have the time to serve each resident and, sometimes, simply spend time with them.
We also serve the families and guardians of each resident by regularly communicating and providing emotional support as needed through the changing phases of life, including end-of-life. Visits are encouraged and the schedule is open and flexible.
Below are descriptions of our services. We want to answer your questions about Harmony’s services, so please feel free to call us at 360-910-9031.
Meals & Nutrition
Of course, family and guardians are integral to the decision-making process related to hospice care, and Harmony staff is available around the clock to provide updates, arrange for longer-term visits, and to facilitate the individual’s and family’s need for emotional and/or spiritual support. We work to make arrangements to support each person’s preferences as we collaborate with the hospice team, which frequently includes the family, doctors, nurses, counselors, clergy, social workers, and trained volunteers who are available in-home. Please contact us if you have questions about our approach to hospice care services for seniors.