When it’s time for the transition to the next level of care, consider Courville and the services we offer.
The services we offer include short-term rehabilitation, skilled nursing, assisted living – all within a continuum of care. Whatever you need, The Courville Communities is ready to help.
Our clinical liaisons meet with your patients and their families at the hospital bedside, in our communities, or in their home in order to assess their needs and answer any questions they may have. We pride ourselves in meeting your patients in order to make them feel comfortable and at ease for the next transition of care.
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When it’s likely that a patient will need some continued therapy after their hospital stay, or if it’s a back-up plan to a discharge home, The Courville at Nashua and Courville at Manchester provide short-term skilled nursing care. We accept admissions seven days a week.
Our dedicated therapy programs allow us to care for your patients with the following conditions:
- Orthopedic injury or replacement
- Heart disease or post-cardiac surgery
- Neuromuscular disease
- General weakness
- Medical complexities
- Chronic disease
In-house services allow us to provide:
- Respiratory therapy
- Wound care
- IV therapy
- Palliative & hospice care
The Courville Communities offer individualized therapy plans, dedicated nursing services, and an interdisciplinary approach to care. The therapy and nursing services we offer to our guests include:
- Admissions accepted 24/7/365
- Amputee rehab
- Aphasia therapy
- Balance and fall prevention training
- Certified nursing care
- Colostomy care
- Community re-integration program
- Dementia care
- Diabetes management and education
- Dysphagia therapy
- Electrical stimulation
- Enteral nutrition
- Gait/Transfer training
- Home evaluations
- Hospice care*
- In-house dietician
- In-house rehabilitation services
- IV therapy
- Laboratory services*
- LiteGait Partial Weight Bearing System
- Long-term care
- Medication management
- Occupational therapy
- On-site and On-call physician
- Orthopedic rehabilitation program
- Ostomy care
- Outpatient rehabilitation services
- Oxygen therapy
- Pain management program
- Palliative care*
- Pet therapy
- Physical therapy
- Podiatry services*
- Post-acute care
- Respiratory care
- Respite care
- Short wave diathermy
- Social services
- Speech therapy
- Stroke rehabilitation
- Ultrasound therapy
- Wound care*
- X-ray services*
*services are provided in-house by a third-party partner
Whatever the reason may be, caregivers need a break. Whether it’s to tend to personal business, because they are ill themselves, they’re on the verge of caregiver burnout, or just because, respite stays can and do help. Respite care is just one more of the services we offer.
We offer respite stays in all four of our centers, pending bed availability. We see respite guests for the following reasons:
- Their caregiver has a planned vacation or event they are attending
- A caregiver is sick or has medical needs that need to be tended to
- Signs of caregiver burnout have been noticed by other family or friends
- Care needs of the patient have become too great following an illness or hospital stay and a short stay is needed to help nurse them back to health
- A patient receiving home care therapy and nursing services could benefit from an admission for constant and consistent monitoring
- When Medicare requirements have not been met for a SNF stay but a discharge home is not a safe option
Respite stays are not covered by insurance. The cost of room and board is the daily rate for the specific center and room where the guest will stay. Respite stays require a seven-day minimum stay (maximum amount is 21 days).
Therapy benefits can be accessed during a respite stay and are billed through Medicare Part B or other private insurance.
To arrange a respite stay, contact the clinical liaison for a screening and consultation.
A medical model with a social conscience.
The assisted living centers at The Courville Communities carry an 805 license, deeming them Supported Residential Care Homes. Services provided in an assisted living center vary in degrees of assistance, as determined by the center license, and are regulated and licensed at the state level. Each state is different and there are no federal guidelines.
In New Hampshire, there are two options: (804 license) Residential Care Home, or an (805 license), Supported Residential Care Home. In a supported residential care home, the residents receive the same services that can be provided in a Residential Care Home with the addition of more attention to medical needs. Staff members of this type of center can care for those residents who have greater medical needs by offering nursing and/or rehabilitative care services. Provided that the medical needs of the resident can be met by the center staff or a licensed home health care agency, residents can remain in the center to receive skilled nursing services. Self-evacuation is not a determining factor in whether or not a resident can remain.
Residents in our assisted living centers receive a combination of residential support services, healthcare, and nursing services. Assisted living encourages independence, yet provides assistance on an as-needed basis.
Our Assisted Living Centers
When living independently is no longer an option, The Courville Communities provides the comfort of home with the skilled team of medical professionals to tend to the physical and medical needs of our residents.
With over 50 years in the community, our nursing homes have been the place where many families have turned to find the right home for their loved one.
We offer a mix of private and semi-private rooms and residents are treated daily to a award-winning dining experience, an engaging and eclectic mix of activities, nursing care, and the comforts of home.
Our long-term care centers
The continuum of care at The Courville Communities has always been a driving force that sets us apart from our competitors.
The search for a new home for a loved one is daunting. There are many questions to answer, needs to consider, and options to explore. Once a decision is made, a resident and their family, friends and other loved ones should and need to feel confident in their choice.
Our multiple senior care options allow us to be the solution to this task. Once a decision has been made to move a loved one into a Courville community, the search is over. Having assisted living, short-term rehabilitation, and skilled nursing all under one umbrella allows for movement through the levels of care should that become necessary.
We offer priority placement to our residents in our assisted living and long-term care centers should they “spend down” to Medicaid level. They do not need to turn elsewhere to find a new home.
The same can be said should an assisted living resident be in need of a higher level of care. We do offer an acuity-based rate for residents in the event that they would prefer to remain in their current setting or they can tap into the seamless process of transferring into one of The Courville Communities’ long-term care centers.