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Long-Term Care

Kingsbrook is a beautiful home that can bring comfort and security to those needing long-term care. Making the decision to move into a long-term care facility is a challenging one for both the resident and the family. Kingsbrook is committed to making this change in your life as positive as possible. Our caring, highly trained staff helps residents to increase and maintain quality of life. Our caring, highly trained staff helps residents to increase and maintain quality of life with individualized treatment plans, activities, and a warm, comfortable, homelike environment. Residents of KBLC enjoy resort like amenities in an environment developed to help them flourish during their golden years.


Our large activities department's main focus is to help every resident thoroughly enjoy their time at Kingsbrook. Activities offers time for residents to socialize and have fun while also helping to foster independence and maintain functional ability. A large variety of games, crafts, entertainment, outdoor events and outings are geared toward residents with differing interests. These daily activities are aimed to keep your loved one engaged and participating to help maintain his or her independence. Memory and trivia games assist to keep residents mentally sharp while activities such as gardening aid in maintaining strength and mobility.

Activities include:

  • Memory Games
  • Trivia
  • Gardening
  • Outings (e.g. Restaurants and Theaters)
  • Music
  • Crafts
  • Movies

Restorative Care

Kingsbrook's Restorative Program is designed to help maintain functional abilities and restore quality of life for at risk long-term residents. Nursing staff and restorative aids continually screen our residents to determine anyone who is at risk for a decline in functional abilities. Any resident who is determined to be "at risk" is enrolled into the restorative program. A plan of care will then be individualized to the needs of that resident.

Restorative aides will work with the resident on a daily basis to help improve in areas such as balance, strength, and mobility. The aids cultivate a personal relationship with each resident. This relationship helps them to motivate the resident to participate and also aids in noticing subtle differences in a resident's behavior, which may indicate a decline. The program has helped reduce falls, foster independence, and improve quality of life for our residents.

Fall Prevention

We understand that falls are one of the most significant complications for any long-term care resident. Our goal is to prevent falls, but we recognize that falls will happen. Our falls program is intended to reduce the risk of falls for every resident in our care. Upon admission, each resident is screened by our nursing staff for his or her fall risk. Based on the results of this assessment, precautions are put into place to help keep each resident fall free. Each resident has a personalized plan of care to mitigate the risk of an incident that is routinely examined and tailored to outline the best plan of care for that individual resident's needs.