Long-Term Care: A Better Quality of Life
There is simply no better facility in the region for long-term care than Arlington Residence and Rehabilitation Center. We specialize in hard-to-place residents — those requiring wound care, IV, and regular physician visits, as well as those recovering from stroke and cardiac conditions.
To discuss how Arlington can help with you or your loved one’s long term needs, please contact us at (817) 649-3366.
Skilled nursing is at the core of what we do at Arlington Residence and Rehabilitation Center. Our nurses are experienced and highly trained in a broad range of disciplines. In addition to their clinical skills, they provide a warm personal touch which is an integral part of the healing and recovery process.
LONG TERM CARE & HOSPICE
Arlington Residence and Rehabilitation Center welcomes residents that require 24-hour nursing availability and/or assistance with meals, medications or other activities of daily living in a home-like environment. Our devoted staff ensures that their daily lives are productive and fulfilling and that they are treated with respect and dignity at all times.
Caregivers often need a brief respite from the day to day responsibilities of caring for a loved one. Arlington Residence and Rehabilitation Center provides short term respite which can give the caregiver time to rest and rejuvenate. Our respite care guests receive a warm welcome when they come, and have access to all the services and amenities that our facility offers.
HERITAGE MEMORY CARE
Arlington Residence is the only skilled nursing facility in the Dallas/Fort Worth area with a secure memory care program exclusively for women. Unique in its scope and success, our Heritage Memory Care unit is for women suffering from Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. No other program provides a greater level of comfort and protection for residents or equal peace of mind for loved ones. The program has been designed from the ground up to encourage participation in activities tailored to each resident’s needs and preferences, reinforcing their capabilities and encouraging their independence.