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Here are a few of the things that set us apart from other nursing homes:
The Veterans Community Living Centers serve only veterans, veterans’ spouses and Gold-Star Parents, creating a unique atmosphere among long-term care facilities. Residents enjoy camaraderie with other veterans and respect from staff and volunteers, who value the contributions these service men, women and their families have made to our country.
We offer one comprehensive daily rate, with no extra charges for:
The Veterans Community Living Centers have embraced a long-term care “culture change” movement. Caregivers, other staff, residents and family members can receive training designed by culture change pioneer "The Eden Alternative". Based on this training, the staff strives to make our community more like home. Some of the culture change approaches used at our living centers include:
In surveys conducted over the past five years, family members of residents have reported a high degree of satisfaction with the care their loved ones are receiving. These surveys were conducted by My InnerView, a national long-term care evaluation firm with the largest set of senior care satisfaction data in the nation.
Veterans Community Living Centers strive to ensure that nursing staff coverage meets the needs of our residents. According to data reported by Medicare’s Nursing Home Compare website, Colorado’s Veterans Community Living Centers consistently have exceeded national averages for the number of registered nurse staff hours per resident per day.
Among the thousands of nursing homes that report their quality-of-care care data to the long-term care evaluation firm “My InnerView,” year after year, Colorado’s Veterans Community Living Centers have scored well above average on stability of registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and certified nursing assistants. Caregiver stability, defined as being on the job for one year or more, can help residents bond with caregivers and contributes to a home-like environment.