DeMay Living Center offers a variety of senior services including:
- Skilled nursing care
- Long-term care
- Ventilator dependent patient care
- Adult day care
- Alzheimer's disease care
- Therapeutic recreation
Our services are designed with the needs of our senior community in mind. Our staff provides professional, warm care for all our residents and patients. We offer large private and semi-private rooms with a window for each bed to enjoy the countryside view. All rooms are painted in warm, soft colors and each quadrant has a living room and activity area for relaxing or visiting with family and friends.
Adult day care
Friends for the Day is a medical adult day care healthcare program at DeMay Living Center enabling seniors to remain at home, but receive comprehensive healthcare services and socialization during the day in a senior community setting. Learn more +
DeMay Living Center provides healthcare for adults requiring long-term care, respite or rehabilitation. Our goals are to foster dignity, independence and encourage both mental and physical abilities - while maintaining individual self-reliance.
DeMay Living Center residents in our long-term adult care are attended to by their own primary care physician. All physician services are overseen by the Newark-Wayne Community Hospital Medical Director. A wide variety of recreational programs, both inside and outside the long-term care facility, are offered to meet resident interests including music, discussion groups, bowling, cooking, gardening, picnics, shopping trips, restaurant dining and camping.
Physical rehabilitation therapy and occupational therapy, and/or speech-language pathology/audiology are available on site and can be prescribed by physicians as needed. Some of these services include gait training, strengthening, joint range of motion, therapeutic exercise, activities of daily living, splinting, language and swallowing evaluations.
Pastoral care is available to all residents 24-hours-a-day, regardless of religious affiliation. Our chaplain facilitates resident contact with the present or former parish whenever possible.