Daily living

As long as your loved one is a resident at Grosse Pointe Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, you trust us to compassionately provide appropriate care every day. Both care and rehabilitation will depend on a clear understanding of the resident's level of function. Here are some ideas of the items you should note.

  • List special dietary needs and favorite foods, including cuisines from the family’s heritage and any religious or medical dietary restrictions.
  • Describe your loved one's ability to dress, bathe, get up from a chair, use the toilet, use the phone, climb stairs, get help in an emergency, shop, prepare meals, do housework and yard work, and drive safely.
  • Spell out religious and other activities that are important parts of your loved one's routine.