Providence Living at Maitland promotes an integrative wellness approach to care. Our philosophy is that a person is well only when the whole body is well. This wellness approach encompasses the mind, body, and spirit. We believe the pursuit for a balanced and fulfilled life doesn’t end at a certain age, or with a dementia diagnosis. All people should have the opportunity to age with dignity, feel healthy, and continue to grow throughout one’s lifetime.
Providence Living at Maitland encourages residents to maintain independence and experience optimal health. Our integrative wellness program assists in this goal by using circles of care that include teams of resident, staff, healthcare professionals, and family members. Together, we create a health and wellness environment individualized for each resident. We do this through three pillars of wellbeing: physical, emotional, and nutritional.
Providence Living at Maitland partners with a variety of medical professionals and therapists. Our medical partners recognize and respect proven treatment protocols, however, the philosophy of care offers alternative therapies to reduce medications when appropriate.
Our nurses are dementia-trained in memory support and available 24 hours, and 7 days a week. Additionally, infection control is a top priority. Providence Living at Maitland will follow all guidelines as advised by the State of Florida and the Center for Disease Control. Additionally, our facial recognition and temperature checks of visitors limits exposure to illness. Outdoor access to our courtyard ensures visitation with loved ones, even in a pandemic.
Providence Living at Maitland operates with an Extended Congregate Care license – the highest licensing level in the State of Florida which requires 24-hour nursing care and more defined oversight. This also means your loved one may be able to remain in place as they age or become more physically and cognitively impaired, reducing anxiety about moving them again.