Advanced Living Technologies, Inc. is a nonprofit organization which has skilled nursing facilities throughout Texas. Each residential facility is licensed by the state and provides room and board, personal care, activity programs, social services, rehabilitation, as well as skilled nursing care on a 24 hour basis. We offer short term, long term and respite care. Short term or transitional care is generally post-hospitalization medical and rehabilitative care designed to restore an individual’s health and functional level so they are able to return home after an acute illness or injury - we help residents transition from hospital to home. Additionally, we work collaboratively with hospice programs to provide palliative and supportive care for terminally ill residents and their families.
To make a positive difference in the life of each resident through compassionate care-giving...one resident at a time...in a clean, comfortable and home-like environment. Whether it's a short term, long term or respite stay, each resident will receive quality care to meet their needs. Guided by an individualized plan of care for each resident, dedicated staff will provide supportive and specialized services - skilled nursing and rehabilitative care - so the resident can attain or maintain their highest practicable physical, mental and psychosocial well-being.
To be the premier and preferred provider of long term care services in the communities we serve whereby quality-driven care, operational excellence and fiscal responsibility serve as our hallmarks. Our commitment to continuous performance improvement, best practice standards and innovation will promote a quality of care which exceeds federal standards and strengthens client satisfaction.
Facility shall provide care on a non-discriminatory basis so that all residents are admitted and receive benefits and services without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, handicap, marital status or source of payment. However, a resident will only be offered admission if the facility reasonably believes it can meet his/her needs. If a resident's condition changes to the extent that his/her needs can no longer be met, a discharge notice will be issued. The person designated to coordinate compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (nondiscrimination against the handicapped) is the administrator of the Health Care Center.
Each Patient/Resident admitted to the Health Care Center must provide to the Health Care Center a physician's order for care. Pursuant to federal law, the Health Care Center will not admit any individual who is mentally ill unless the state mental health authority determines, prior to admission, that because of the physical and mental condition of the individual, the individual requires the level of services provided by a nursing facility and that the individual requires active treatment for mental illness. Similarly, the Health Care Center will not admit a mentally retarded individual unless the state mental retardation or developmental disability authority determines, prior to admission, that because of the physical and mental condition of the individual, the individual requires the level of services provided by a nursing facility and requires active treatment for mental retardation.
The Health Care Center does not require individuals applying to reside or residing in the Health Care Center to waive their rights to benefits under federal or state law, and does not require oral or written assurances that such individuals are not eligible for, or will not apply for, such benefits. The Health Care Center does not require a third party guarantee of payment as a condition of admission, or expedited admission, for continued stay in the Health Care Center.