Major Changes Coming to Parker at Somerset Post-acute and Nursing
By Danielle Woodruffe
Parker at Somerset, our post-acute rehabilitation and nursing home, is about to undergo a makeover that has been years in the making. We're excited to announce that we recently broke ground on what will be a remarkable home for our long-term care residents, a state of the arts post-acute care center, an additional Adult Day services program and a greater work environment for our employees to work and provide the best possible care to those we serve.
The new Parker at Somerset will be a model for Parker and others in aging services with a more spacious environment and opportunities for varied support services and hospitality. The existing building will be fully renovated to promote more space for residents to live and staff to perform their tasks. There will be new common areas including a cafe, lounges, multi-purpose rooms for residents and visitors to enjoy, an education suite, and administrative spaces. Similar to our Parker at Monroe home, each 16-room neighborhood will have its own dining area. For more direct access to nature, we are adding two additional patios for a total of three. On top of all this, there will be a new rehabilitation center with state-of-the-art equipment. We are especially excited for the hydrotherapy pool, which is the first of its kind at Parker.