A sense of security, a commitment to well-being and a dedication to individualized care. That is what residents of Chester River Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, Chester River Health System's long-term care facility, will find. For over 40 years, the staff of Chester River Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center has been committed to providing the healthcare services necessary to meet the individual needs of residents and their families by assisting them achieve and maintain the highest level of well-being.
Chester River Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center joined with Chester River Health System in 1998 and serves as the health system's long-term care and rehabilitation facility, offering a full-range of high quality services and therapies designed to help residents reach and maintain the highest level of well-being and quality of life. Service is provided by a team of friendly licensed/certified staff members dedicated to insuring the privacy and dignity of individuals entrusted in their care.
Well-being also means a variety of fun and interesting resident activities, including day trips, arts and crafts, classes and religious services—all of which give residents the opportunity to broaden their spirits and minds. Chester River Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center offers a broad array of dining options as well, created daily by our experienced food service staff, and served in our charming dining area.
For more information about the services at Chester River Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, or to receive a tour, call 410-778-4550.
On October 19, 2011, Chester River Manor installed It's Never 2 Late (IN2L) computer programs for their resident and patients. IN2L addresses the need for individualized, accessible technology that enhances the qualities of life in senior communities. The program provides safe and easy Internet access and email, enriches communication with family and community members, enhances independence, and also increases cognitive stimulation.
The machine accommodates the patients in many ways. For example, a game called Happy Neuron is seen to work on executive functioning for the frontal lobes of the brain, and promotes a higher level of thinking. IN2L has been a great addition to the activities program and is an enriching experience for all the residents and patients at Chester River Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation!