Nursing Homes And The Lutheran Home For The Aging

Recently, I had the pleasure of having a personal tour of the Lutheran
Home for the Aging located in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. I chose this area of study
because it happened to be convenient in location for me as well as easily
accessible to a source of an interviewee that I felt comfortable with and who is
also very comfortable with myself. I find it much easier to conduct an
interview and get more relevant information from a source that I've already had
former contact with and also established a friendship with. I interviewed, age
48, who was a social worker at the Lutheran Home for the Aging for 12 years
until she changed career paths that would benefit herself more as well as ...

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license until it was required
after years of responsible and professional work in the Home for the Aging.
The Lutheran Home for the Aging was founded in 1906 by John C. Koch,
with the motivation and desire to promote residential care for his fellow aging
Lutheran constituents. Along with the supportive interests of other Lutherans,
he purchased approximately eight acres of land. A large house on the property
served as the Home's first building and within a year of its founding, it had
reached a capacity of twenty members. Today the same desire and motivation has
increased the residential population to 313 members, age 65 and over. The
founders of the Home did more than provide a place to live for the Aging. They
founded a tradition of excellence and quality care that continues even to this
day. The mission of the home is to "take a leadership role in resident
satisfaction by providing superior services in a Christian atmosphere that meet
or exceed the expectations of each ...

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and 24-hour medical services provided by professional nursing care
and attending physicians. In addition, as most non-profit organizations homes,
there are religious services and counseling programs provided. Some of the
daily responsibilities and individual aspects of the diverse staff include the

The activities coordinator is a trained therapist or someone designated to
help and assist residents' individual needs and create programs that provide
recreation, entertainment and therapy for the residents.

The social service staff consists of social workers, counselors, and , in
some nursing homes, a psychologist who assist in coping of the ...

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