Provena McAuley Manor in Aurora, Ill., offers a variety of healthcare services including short-term Medicare rehabilitation, skilled nursing and intermediate care as well as respite stays. By providing these choices, we not only offer solutions for today, but also provide the security of knowing that there are options for tomorrow. Schedule your tour of Provena McAuley Manor today!
Types of Services
Short-Term Rehabilitation services at Provena McAuley Manor include physical, occupational and speech therapy. Download our short-term Medicare rehab brochure to learn more.
Short-Term Respite Care provides full-time caregivers personal time away. Short-term respite care allows caregivers temporary or occasional time off to help them regain emotional strength or handle personal business.
Skilled Nursing & Intermediate Care services are available for long-term residents who need assistance with the activities of daily living. Our nursing staff is available 24 hours a day, and we have different levels of nursing care to best meet your needs.
At Provena McAuley Manor, we understand that quality of life is more than physical comforts. We are fortunate to work with skilled professionals, bringing our clients a variety of healing experiences, including Art Therapy, Music Therapy, Massage Therapy, T'ai Chi, Holistic Touch, Pastoral Care and pet visits.
Pastoral Care ensures that we are meeting the spiritual and emotional needs of our patients and residents, as well as their families. We offer an on-site chapel that holds regularly scheduled Catholic and non-denominational faith services.
Social Services serves as a liaison between our patients, residents, families and outside resources, advocating on your behalf during the development of individualized care and discharge plans. Our team works for smooth and comfortable transitions for those we serve.
Hospice or comfort care is available, in keeping with our mission of compassionately responding to human need in the spirit of Jesus Christ. We will work with each resident, patient, family member and physician requesting hospice services. Our nursing and pastoral care staff will work alongside your hospice provider of choice to ensure a comfortable, compassionate and dignified transition to end-of-life care.