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Long-term Care

Why Choose Long-Term Care at Andrus on Hudson?

We provide an array of specialized long-term services aimed at the needs of our residents that cannot be found at assisted living facilities. We believe in building personal connections that transcend traditional care boundaries. Recognizing the power of true connection, we focus on creating deep, meaningful bonds that honor the uniqueness of each person. Our network is more than a healthcare provider—it's a sanctuary for holistic wellbeing, supporting not just physical health, but nurturing the mind and spirit as well.

We offer physician & nurse practitioner services seven days per week and the use of technological advancements such as telemedicine. Simply put our interdisciplinary team is here to care for your loved one 24/7 offering the very best in care and quality of life.

At Andrus on Hudson, we see progress as the force that drives us to deliver an enhanced quality of life for older adults. Our commitment goes beyond providing care—it's about developing a comprehensive continuum of services that address every stage and challenge our residents may encounter. From facilitating short-term recovery to managing complex medical conditions, we offer long-term support that evolves with the needs of our community.

At the heart of Andrus on Hudson lies a tradition of service passed down through the Andrus family. Here, every individual—resident, patient, or staff—is treated with the utmost care and respect. We pride ourselves on cultivating an environment that is as supportive as it is inclusive, mirroring the nurturing atmosphere of a family home.

When Long-Term Care is the Best Option

When is the right time?  That decision can be a hard one for not only you, but your loved one. It’s important to remember that the right skilled nursing facility can be an enriching environment for your loved one and for you as their caregiver. Health and safety concerns are the main reasons why someone may need to be admitted into long-term care:

  • A chronic illness that can’t be managed at home, leading to repeated hospitalizations

  • Frequent falls can have significant effects on a person or caregiver and quality of life

  • Impaired cognitive function, increased confusion, or memory issues

Care Team Meetings

Every family is invited to meet regularly with our team of highly trained professionals to review and participate in the resident’s treatment and plan of care. The team consists of a physician, psychiatrist/psychologist, nurses, certified nursing assistants, social workers, therapists, recreation leaders, and dietitians. Members of this team are specialty trained and dedicated to the care of the long-term population.

Hospice/Palliative Care Program

We offer end-of-life care by coordinating with Hospice and Palliative Care agencies for residents in need of comfort care. Guided as much as possible by each patient’s personal preferences and care goals, AOH works to bring meaning and fulfillment during the final stage of life. Our program focuses on managing pain, while providing emotional, social and psychological support to the resident and family members. 

Call us now at (833) PICKAOH

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