Additional Care & Services

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Recreational Therapy

At St. André Health Care, we make it our business to know what keeps our residents feeling young at heart. Camping trips and Sea Dogs baseball games, dining out, shopping excursions, gardening and other activities are all planned by our therapeutic recreation professionals to promote both wellness and fun.

Residents at St. André are given an opportunity for “vacation” each year. Camp Waban on the shores of Bauneg Beg Lake in Sanford, Maine is a fully accessible site that serves the needs of our residents. Residents have the option of day trips or overnight stays. Each day dawns with the opportunity for boat rides, fishing, barbecues and closes with a relaxing, lakeside campfire and s’mores.

One of the few long-term care organizations to offer the program, St. André staff members often comment that the experience affords the opportunity to get to know our residents on a different level.

Physician Services

In addition to individualized care plans, all residents enjoy healthcare services offered through our relationship with Mature Care, a service of the University of New England.

Social Services

Our social services specialists offer thorough orientation and ongoing support for patients, residents, and their families. As one of Maine’s leading short- and long-term care facilities, we have built an extensive network of support with community resources. From compassionate advice and support to education and advocacy, we are here to help you and your loved ones get the care you deserve.

Want additional information or to schedule a tour? Call us today at 207.282.5171 to set-up an appointment.

Reasons to Choose St. André Health Care

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TEMPORARY VISITATION SUSPENSION effective 3/14/2020
St. Andre Health Care is temporarily suspending all visitors at the facility effective immediately for the safety of your loved one.
Ill visitors and healthcare personnel are the most likely sources of introduction of COVID-19 into a facility. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends aggressive visitor restrictions even before COVID-19 is identified in a community or facility.
Given the congregate nature and residents served (e.g., older adults often with underlying chronic medical conditions), nursing home populations are at the highest risk of being affected by COVID-19. These actions being taken are preventive measures at this time.
In addition, all of our employees are being screened daily for any exposure and symptoms.
Please note that there are other ways to communicate with your loved one during this period:  telephone calls, Skype, Facetime, etc.  If you would like assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to our staff and we will assist in the connection.  If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me or any other member of management at 207-282-5171

The only exception will be in compassionate cases where a resident in in his/her last stages of life on Palliative or Hospice Care and will be limited to the resident’s room only.

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last updated: March 14, 2020