These many opportunities for participation and socializing further contribute to the happiness and well-being of our residents.
Promoting spiritual well-being is not only an important aspect of life at The Chesapeake but is also a significant part of our heritage. Chaplaincy care, worship services and Bible studies offer residents the opportunity to grow in their faith as they serve and fellowship with one another. Additionally, local congregations of all numerous faiths offer services which support the spiritual needs of our residents.
As health conditions change, The Chesapeake’s Assisted Living, Licensed Nursing Care, Physical Therapy and Memory Support services provide for short and long-term needs. By offering a full continuum of care, residents stay in familiar surroundings close to friends, loved ones and the same attentive staff they’ve come to know. Moreover, The Chesapeake’s True Life Care benefit serves as an invaluable safety net that enables residents to plan for future needs.
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