One of the first – and still one of the best – senior care providers in Westchester, NY, Wartburg has been providing skilled nursing care for more than a century. A recognized Center of Excellence, Wartburg was named one of New York’s best nursing homes by U.S. News & World Report for the third consecutive year, so you can trust us for superior, compassionate care.
We began providing senior care in purpose-built facilities in 1898. Wartburg’s skilled nursing staff carries on this mission today by aiding everyone entrusted to their care to live a happy, stimulating, valued life. That’s because everyone we serve is family. Whether you need long-term nursing home care, subacute rehabilitation or respite care, come to Waltemade Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center for advanced capabilities and good, old-fashioned friendship.
Maybe your loved one is recovering from an injury, surgery or disease. Twenty-four hours a day, each resident will be under the watch of a physician, nurse and other medical professional. Nurses monitor changes in residents’ health and functional abilities and engage residents in activities specifically designed to encourage physical and mental wellness. Rehabilitation therapists are also on site when needed.
Do you need support for someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia? Waltemade has a dedicated Memory Care unit with specialized nursing care, a restraint-free environment and a secure private courtyard.
Whatever your loved one’s needs, we offer the innovative programs, state-of-the-art nursing home facilities and a dedicated professional staff to help meet them. But we’re more than just skilled nursing services. We also offer:
- Innovative Creative Aging programming that draws from a network of artists and arts organization to offer residents classes in painting, ceramics, horticulture, quilting, music, writing, oral history and theater.
- Spiritual Care that can provide support, reduce stress and offer comfort during times of transition to skilled nursing.
- Respite Care that allow caregivers to enjoy a short break – from two to 30 days – while loved ones enjoy a refreshing, upbeat experience. Medical care is available.
- Hospice Care with an interdisciplinary team that tends to palliative and spiritual needs during what can be a difficult and vulnerable time.