September 2, 2022
I’m in the skilled nursing care at Smith’s Mill Health Campus, but they also have just assisted living. The experience has been very good. They seem to be on top of all of the recommendations from the hospital. They seem to want to have a plan in place very quickly. I saw physical therapy this morning and we’ve already made a little bit of progress from yesterday in the hospital. There seems to be a coordinated idea of the path that I’m going to be taking and I think the staff is very supportive. The room I’m in is a private room. It has a bath, a toilet, and a small roll-in shower. There is Wi-Fi in the room, which is nice, and they provide a flat-screen TV. There is a large chair, a small armoire, and several bureaus with drawers underneath for storage. The food is excellent, I can’t say enough about the dietary aspect. I’m not ambulatory so I’m not able to go down the dining area but that is one of our goals, to get me to the dining area as quickly as possible, possibly within the next couple of days. I would not be ambulatory to do that. I would have to be taken in a wheelchair or whatever. Like all facilities, I think they could have more robust staffing but that’s just because the people are not out there. It’s not anything that they’re doing or not doing. I guess the services that they’re able to provide are still excellent.
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