Our diverse and multi-skilled staff has one common goal: to provide the best care for you. From the moment you enter our facility, you are greeted by a caring and supportive nursing staff, dietary and social service representatives, an activities director and administrator, and a staff of certified therapists.
Each member of our staff is available to answer your questions and prepare a tailored plan to meet your needs. You may encounter many disciplines, but each is focused on helping you on your road to recovery.
The physical therapist assesses and treats impairments in strength and function that occur as a result of injury, disease, age-related degeneration, or environmental factors. Physical therapy treatments are performed by the physical therapist or a physical therapy assistant who treats under the direction of the supervising physical therapist.
The occupational therapist (OT) assesses the impact of declining function on daily tasks such as dressing, bathing, returning to work, and engaging in previous hobbies. Occupational therapy treatments are performed by the OT or a certified occupational therapy assistant (COTA) working under the direction of the supervising OT.
The speech therapist and/or language pathologist assesses language, cognition, and swallowing dysfunction. A speech therapist’s main goal is to help residents with swallowing difficulties. They will work with residents who may have modified diets to help them get back to eating the types of foods they love.
Words cannot express our sincerest appreciation for the excellent care Aunty received at your facility. It was a learning experience for the family, challenges were many, but you always found a solution. Thank you for your commitment to the care of our loved ones. Aunty was extremely fortunate, and so were we! We have many wonderful memories of the past four years.
This is the cleanest facility I have ever been in—even better than some hospitals. The staff is exceptional. All very friendly and very competent. I have spent time there with my mom and have observed this firsthand. The administrative staff is very friendly and genuinely helpful. I appreciate this, because sometimes it gets complicated dealing with situations regarding finances. They know everything and how it all works, and they work with me as a team for my mom’s care. Same with the nurses—they are amazing people. I respect them and their skills with people. This place definitely puts the well-being and comfort and safety of the residents first, and you can feel it when you walk in there. I love it and would recommend this facility to anyone.
I always knew my mom had the best of care—beautiful facility and caring staff. They do have different sections based on the patient’s needs and preferred environment. Having a loved one in a nursing home is an emotional experience, and the employees here understand the family’s needs as well as the patient’s needs and are very organized.
Just transferred my grandma to Kei Ai Los Angeles from two hours away. It’s a great place for Japanese elderly, in my opinion. Everyone is friendly, facility is clean, just a wonderful place compared to where she was before. Nursing staff varies in ethnicities, but they speak words or phrases in Japanese to their patients. I love it.