Crestwood Manor: Special Treatment Program - Vallejo
Crestwood Manor – Special Treatment Program
Crestwood Manor is a 37 bed Skilled Nursing Facility providing Special Treatment Program. It is certified by the DPH/ Department of Health Care Services/Mental Health Services Division /LCS. It is the facility’s objective to provide a program aimed and enforcing function of chronic mentally disordered patients to enable some patients to move to a less restrictive environment and prevent other patients from regressing to a lower level of functioning. The facility is staffed 24/7 with nursing and program staff and ancillary staff.
Rehabilitation program services provided to patients ensures that individual program are provided for the specific needs identified through patient’s assessment as follows:
a.) Self-help skills training.
b.) Behavioral Intervention training.
c.) Interpersonal relationships.
d.) Prevocational preparation services.
e.) Pre-release planning.
Discharge planning services are intended to enable the patient to function and gain independence.
The skills training program includes techniques of behavior modification. Training covers self skills for growth and development, self esteem, sensory training on reality orientation, re-motivation, i.e., mindfulness/self-soothe, regulating emotions and distress tolerance. The program also provides and reinforces memory Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for the elderly. Provision and reinforcing memory therapy and thought enhancing exercises, such as games, crossword puzzles and reminiscence activities are included. Increased socialization with others is provided through groups such as coffee socials, special event celebrations and maintaining or re-establishing contact with family members.
Individualized services that are culturally specific to the clients are provided.
Hospice care is provided for those who need it.