your story is also ours.
You are not alone.
We’re here for you and your family.
Being faced with the decision to place a loved one into a skilled nursing facility is never an easy choice. You may feel as if you’re dealing with more than a financial or physical decision- it also can be a deep emotional experience. You may encounter certain emotions of guilt, loss, or question your responsibilities.
Feeling that way is an appropriate reaction when encountering this situation, but it’s better to prepare and plan ahead.
You want your loved one to be loved and safe wherever they are at- we completely agree and support that desire! It becomes difficult as our loved ones become more vulnerable, and in need of nursing help for everyday activities.
Let us help you lighten your load.
We’ve had families who’ve approached us and confessed, “I’m so worn out. I want to care for them, but I barely have enough time for my spouse and family.” Or “they really need more care that I can’t provide, but I keep feeling bad about putting them into a nursing home.”
These feelings and thoughts are neither shameful nor helpful. When the day comes when you are asked to make a choice, it’s best to be able to talk about it.
It doesn’t have to be a difficult decision.
Tell Us Your Story
No experience is ever the same.
You’ve arrived at this point despite difficulty and worries. Let’s chat and alleviate those concerns so you can move forward.
Experience the Home!
Seeing is Believing.
You are invited to tour our Home and to experience our everyday
It’s a Family Affair?
It’s always a good idea to keep people in the look, especially the loved ones that are the prospective residents and their other family members.
Knowing Needs and Wants
As we get to know you and you get to know us, we want to know how we can best serve your needs.
We look over the financial status with you to discern the possibility of admission.
Accepted for Admission
Let’s keep going
Everything looks good and we are moving forward to help your loved one move in!
The Big Picture
All aspects are considered in the meeting, especially how to meet the clinical and social needs in the best way possible. Everyone is involved in this holistic approach to caring for your loved one.
Set a Date!
Now or Later?
At times depending on the situation, the admission occurs sooner rather than later. Setting a date allows your loved one to adjust to the thought of transition, and it also gives you the opportunity to plan and decorate their room!
Welcome to the MOGCH family! We’re excited to have you join us and we’re honored to be entrusted with the daily care for your loved one(s).
Let’s get started!
Now that you’ve seen the process of how an admission happens (and how it’s not as daunting as you might’ve thought), you can fill out this form and we can have a little chat!
6825 Natural Bridge Rd.
St. Louis, MO