From the day you move into one of our skilled nursing facilities, we are committed to providing the compassionate care and respect that you deserve. Our approach to individualized care for Veterans is what makes us stand out from other long term care providers.
At Maine Veterans’ Homes, we understand and appreciate the physical, mental and emotional strength required to serve in the U.S. Armed Forces. We know the obstacles many Veterans may face. We were established to care exclusively for Veterans and their eligible family members. At least 75 percent of our residents at each of our six locations are Veterans.
Our staff members are highly trained to look after the health and physical well-being of our residents, along with providing for their emotional needs.
We are proud that many of our staff are Veterans themselves. We know that, more than most, Veterans have stories to tell and sometimes painful memories they’ll only share with somebody who’s been there. At Maine Veterans’ Homes, no one is ever too busy to listen.
Our modern amenities are meticulously maintained and regularly updated. In fact, we are currently building a new home in Augusta and renovating several other locations. Accommodations within our long term centers include:
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Our certified activities staff make sure our residents are having fun or feeling enriched. We also strive to provide our residents with Veteran programs not found anywhere else.
Activities may include:
This is often a difficult decision for a family. At Maine Veterans’ Homes, our staff can help you access the situation and explore your options. Start by understanding what the typical signs are for when a loved one needs long term care.
At each of our nursing homes, we have a very active base of volunteers. Individuals from Veterans’ service organizations and the community at large make regular visits, call out bingo, read to residents, and provide those little things that make a big difference.
Maine Veterans’ Homes realizes that sometimes the goal is not to cure illnesses but rather to provide comfort to terminally ill residents. Our staff has specialized training in end-of-life care and pain management to meet the needs of each resident and support their families.