Our professional staff care for those with needs ranging from enteral feeding and medications via G-tube to physical, occupational, or speech therapy and pressure ulcer or other types of wound management. Our focus is on providing comprehensive Subacute Care in Placentia, California.
In addition, tracheostomy care with or without ventilator support is provided by both respiratory therapists and trained nurses. The healthcare needs may have been incurred from any type of illness or injury that affected a person’s ability to return to their former state of health. Our available services are able to meet a wide range of these needs.
Patients That Qualify For a CLHF
- Catastrophically and Severely Disabled
- Diagnosis of a Life-Threatening Illness
- Mentally Alert but Physically Disabled
These patients may have suffered Traumatic Brain Injury due to a mishap, Acquired Brain Injury such as that related to a stroke or neuromuscular disorder, or other complications of illness.
Agape Congregate Living continues the care begun at the acute hospital stage while assisting the patient to meet the desired outcomes. These outcomes may include returning to home or to a lower level of care.
Agape Congregate Living Health Facility
- One-on-One Physical Therapist
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Respiratory Therapy (including vent weaning and trach decannulation services)
- Complex Wound Care (including Woundvac Therapy)
- Registered Dietitian
- Medical Social Worker
- Physician Services (Medical Director)
Our Other Services Include:
- Coordination of Outside Community Resources (ie school, High Hopes Neuro Program, etc)
- Mobile Fiduciary Services
- Mobile Dental Care
- Assistance with Transportation Needs
- Mobile Podiatry Care
- One-to-One Activities
- Assistance with Navigating Healthcare Resources