The physical and emotional well-being of our residents is the paramount feature of our care at Delmar Gardens South. That’s why we retain a Medical Director who is on call around-the-clock, plus a full staff of Registered Nurses, LPNs and Certified Nursing Assistants.
The finest rehabilitative therapy is also available at Delmar Gardens South. Stroke victims, post-operative patients and fracture cases are treated by a team of highly qualified, licensed professionals providing daily physical, speech and occupational therapy. Delmar Gardens South also has a Specialized Care Unit devoted exclusively to caring for people afflicted with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and other memory impairments.
Delmar Gardens Infant Toddler Center is a child-centered program based on the five developmental areas: Social, Emotional, Language, Intellectual and Motor.
The interpersonal-environment approach is used to emphasize that learning is a part of play, and that play is on-going throughout the child’s day. It also takes into account the individual needs of each child and allows him or her to go through the carious stages of development at his or her own pace and level; thus permitting the child to grow naturally.
Caregivers guide and facilitate this growth, providing needed motivation, praise and redirection. Positive expressions, language and lively personal exchanges will provide stimulation for the child. The Caregivers will be sensitive to the world of the infant-toddler.
The center will create a happy, safe and healthy environment which will offer warm, informal contact between the Caregiver and the child. Opportunities to make free choices throughout the day will be provided with hands-on responsive materials. The child will be allowed and encouraged to exercise his or her natural and active curiosity. The basic needs such as feeding, diapering and cuddling will be met promptly and lovingly.
Delmar Gardens Infant-Toddler Center will provide special, personalized care for each child. The center is based on the child’s stages of development and allows the Caregivers to enter and enrich the world of the infant-toddler.
September 15, 2014
I want to thank each and every person in Division 400 who made June’s place as close to home as one could get.
So many people over the last few years were so especially loving to my Mom with their care and kind words. I know it is hard for any of you to be in June’s place, but if you were you would know how Maria’s “sweetheart” words made Mom’s day so much easier. Then there was Bonnie’s tender touch and beautiful voice, Debbie’s sweat smile and laugh, Bob’s understanding of yet another day in a nursing home and how to make it feel like home, and so many others who did their job with love and concern and cared for my Mom each day. You all gave Mom her dignity whenever possible, that’s something you lose when you become so dependent on others for your every day needs.
To Pam, Kim, Chasity, Kathy and Scott and so many of the nurses who also took time to look in on June and have a few kind words for her: I know your days are packed with things to do but I always appreciated the special times when you tried to make each hour of every day a better day. To the Med-techs who had the fun job of giving out medication to some not too happy residents: I know that each and every employee has a hard and often thankless job. Keeping everyone happy and healthy is work, but knowing your loving care made life just a little easier for me. I hope you will all know how I trusted each of you to do your job. Because of you and your caring heart I could sleep a little better, for I knew that my “one and only Mom” was being lovingly cared for.
For the last 5 years Delmar has been home for Mom and my home-away from home. I spent many days and weeks visiting not just Mom, but many of the other wonderful residents. It was my goal to bring a little sunshine into their lives too.
I would be re-missed if I did not mention the fun times. These ladies kept the music coming, bingo playing and exercise moving as well as the rest of the staff. They made Delmar not just a building but a home. From the front desk to the back door in Division 500 I would travel with Mom, enjoying the beautiful flowers and well kept groups and friendly workers from the cooks to the beauty shop. Thank you Delmar Gardens for coming as close to home as we could get.
It is my prayer that each of you will know how much family means to our family. Knowing that Delmar works hard to keep each individual person an individual. You treat our loved one’s as family and Delmar as their home away from home.
Thank you ALL and God Bless each of you as you continue to care for those we love. May you always know and remember how thankful we are knowing that you are there for us, and more importantly you are there you those that are so special and important to all of us.
Jackie (grateful daughter of June)
August 20, 2014
In July last year, I entrusted my beloved wife of 58 years old into your care. Of course, Helen never wanted to be in a nursing home (who does?) but after much research my family selected Delmar Gardens South. It turned out to be a wonderful choice!
From day one, every one of your staff members, especially those in the 500 location, always extended loving care and support for Helen through her difficult times and also her very delightful times. My daily visits with Helen usually meant happy times for both of us. Now, I sort of like bingo, and will certainly miss all the music, balloon bowling and volleyball, etc. You see, Helen grew to love the staff members and so did I. Thank you. Thank you.
My daughters and I also appreciate the support and tender care your staff gave not only to Helen during her last few weeks but also to all of our family members. Watching a loved one deteriorate is not easy. Your staff went out of their way to make us all as comfortable as possible, bringing snacks and drinks for our family members, ice packs for Helen and just taking the time to talk with all of us when needed. Many of the staff members went out of their way to come in and say a final farewell to Helen. It was very touching and meant a lot to all of us.
Please pass on our sincere thanks to all of Helen’s caregivers as we do not know all of their names. We appreciate each and every one of them.
July 08, 2014
I wish to commend two key members of your staff in helping arrange the 40th anniversary dinner of my wife and I that was held at Delmar Gardens South. Becky and her staff scheduled and decorated the room and were involved in many other details. I wasn’t really expecting the table cloths and many other things that were in place when I got to the room. Under the direction of Vickie and her stuff, they provided us with everything and anything we asked for. Vickie, on several occasions would ask me if everything is alright and if I needed anything. She is such a sweetheart.
All of my family members and friends that were there were all impressed with the room setup and cooperation of your entire staff. Thanks to your staff for a wonderful evening that won’t be forgotten.
Dear Kim, Patty and Delmar Gardens South,
The bouquet of flowers was beautiful. Delmar Gardens was a good place for our mother. She received excellent care from the staff in Division 500. It is an active and compassionate place. The outdoor patio near the backdoor was a favorite spot. Mom loved to be outdoors by the beautiful flowers.
Gene, Jan, Carol and Dennis (family of Vivian)
Your thoughtfulness gently lifted my spirits and made me feel closer to Dad. I miss him very much, but I know he is now at peace.
Ray & Dianne K.
Your acts of kindness mean more than you realize. Your acknowledgement and daily help allowed our mother to slowly accept that she has a new home. Each time you said “hello, nana”, saived, or spoke gently was helpful. Our family values our time with nana and all of her love and guidance.
We appreciate each member of your staff. Your knowledge and commitment to your work, and especially your kindness to patients, was excellent.
Dan G. & Becca H.
We graciously thank all of your staff at Delmar Gardens. Everyone gave much more than 100%. Our dad has been given the opportunity to live independently a little longer, which is due to the excellent care received from you! Thanks again!
Dear friends at Delmar Gardens,
I just wanted to say thank you for the time you spend taking care of, looking out for, talking, and laughing with Tom during his stay there. I will be in to visit and have lunch with my friends and second family.
Mary & “Tom”
Thank you so much. The phrase is simple and the words are few, but behind them is a whole lot of appreciation.
Thank you for your warm thoughts and comfort,
You have truly been a family to us for about 14 years. We will never forget the kindness and love you have given to our loved ones and to us. We can’t thank you enough.
God bless everyone there for the wonderful work you do.
Larry, Kay and Family