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Nursing Care


Avita at Rolling Hills is operated with 24 hour nursing staff, including LPNs, CMAs and CNAs. There is a Registered Nurse on-call 24/7. The Medical Director and PA are available for call and on site.

Rehab Care provides on-site personal therapy such as: physical, occupational and speech therapy.  Avita has the latest technology in electronic charting, medication administration, and personal records. The security helps to provide a sense of peace. The community is monitored by security cameras and the doors are locked after hours.

Additional medical appointments such as podiatry and others can be brought into the building to make care seamless and simple.

Dietary Care

Avita Senior Living at Rolling Hills has one mission, to exceed expectations. As a team, we listen to our residents. This is the foundation of our mission. From there, we create a menu, based on their expectations. One concept that has been missed by many Assisted living homes is one simple concept, we are guest in their home. We never do what is convenient for us. Every day is a new day at Avita and that is another opportunity to listen and to exceed expectations.

How our menu exceeds expectations is one simple concept. Residents have asked for a steak choice every day. We put a 31 day aged rib eye and a 31 day aged filet on the menu. Our residents asked for a fish choice daily, so we added salmon, tilapia, shrimp and homemade crab cakes. What is world class? Listening, not convenience for us, and exceeding expectations. That is our definition of being world class.


Rehab Care provides on-site personal therapy. The professional staff consists of certified physical therapists who are dedicated to applying innovative clinical pathways that ensure each patient receives the utmost in care, on a personalized level.

Our dedicated staff of therapists, and their support team, will work with you to improve the areas that will make the most difference in your life. Each residents is different and it is our goal to create a plan that fits your needs and will help get you back to the life you deserve to live.

Physical Therapy

Our physical therapists develop comprehensive plans of care that may include:

  • Exercises to restore motion, strength, and a greater degree of independence

  • Joint and soft tissue mobilization

  • Pain management

  • Orthotic/prosthetic training

  • Education and information specific to the injury or illness

  • Fall assessments to teach preventative measures in case of future falls

  • Teach back care and injury prevention

  • Increase ability to walk distances, with or without a supportive device

Occupational Therapy

Our occupational therapists focus on improving a patient’s ability to perform the activities of daily living (ADL). These may include cooking, dressing, bathing, etc. Residents may also spend time working on conserving energy to make daily activities easier, improving balance, increasing strength in upper extremities, or increasing ability to recognize people, dates, and locations.

Treatment may include:

  • Strengthening specific muscle groups to help restore fine and gross motor skills.

  • Comprehensive home evaluation and patient education.

  • Instruction in adaptive living techniques, joint protection, work simplification, energy conservation and motor coordination.

  • Customized adaptive equipment.

Speech Therapy

Our talented Speech Therapists help you, or your loved one, work with all aspects of communication from slurred speech patterns to improving writing skills.

Our speech-language pathologists offer comprehensive evaluation and treatment plans that may include:

  • Improved functional communication skills and speech production

  • Improved oral feeding and swallowing skills

  • Improved memory and thinking or establishes compensatory strategies in these areas

  • Teach alternative methods to communications such as sign language or communication boards