Maple Manor is both a retirement home and nursing home, certified by the Indiana State Department of Health as a Medicaid and Medicare provider. We are licensed for 57 beds of nursing care and all beds are dually certified.
The day by day operations of the home are under the direction of an administrator as mandated by the regulations of the State Department of Health.
Maple Manor's beds are open to anyone in our churches and our community as they are available. We do not discriminate on the basis of religion, color, nationality, etc. We admit anyone who needs our care and whose needs we are able to meet.
We are fully staffed with licensed nurses on duty 24 hours a day.
We do our best to make our residents feel at home and to maintain a homelike atmosphere for them. We furnish the beds, tables, and chairs for our residents who may bring their own comfortable chair, TV and radio if they desire. They can also have pictures and flowers as desired.
Our residents have access to many types of services through our contracts with various health care providers. Those services include physical, occupational and speech therapy as needed. In cases of emergency, Floyd Memorial Hospital is near and accepts our residents when those services are needed.
As in all nursing homes, our delivery of medical care is overseen by a Medical Director. All of our employees are fully qualified to work in the position they hold.
We have all departments necessary for the operation of Maple Manor: hospitality, housekeeping, laundry and maintenance, and offer a range of activities and social services. A competent office staff supports those on the front line of care.
Our corporation is Maple Manor Christian Home, Inc. and is affiliated with a group of independent Churches of Christ. It is under control of a board of directors chosen from these churches. Maple Manor is a non-profit corporation established according to the laws of the State of Indiana.
We are grateful that we enjoy an excellent reputation in the community for the care we give to our residents.
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