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Giddings Residence and Rehabilitation Center Added to Paragon Healthcare Group's Network of Senior Living Facilities

Giddings Residence and Rehabilitation Center, formerly Country Care Plex, announces new management by Paragon Healthcare Group, an operator of nursing homes known for the exceptionally high level of care it brings to the senior living programs in its netw

GIDDINGS, Texas, Aug. 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Management of Giddings Residence and Rehabilitation Center in Giddings, Texas has recently been turned over to Paragon Healthcare Group. Residents at the skilled nursing facility can look forward to a variety of changes, including building renovations, an improved dining experience, and upgrades to its short term rehab program and memory care unit for residents suffering from dementia.

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"Thanks to Paragon Healthcare Group, Giddings Residence and Rehabilitation Center is now receiving an influx of resources and tools for training, equipment, and programs, which is helping our team to provide our residents with the highest possible care," said Missy Morse, Admissions Coordinator at Giddings.

Paragon Healthcare Group has extensive experience with operating senior living centers and is utilizing its expertise in this area to help Giddings Residence and Rehabilitation Center provide a higher standard of care. Giddings is well known for providing the best possible care to those with Alzheimer's and dementia, and is introducing an improved memory unit, called "Heritage Memory Care at Giddings." The Heritage Memory Care unit places an emphasis on comfort and dignity for patients with caring and compassionate staff who have been specially trained in neuroscience and memory care.

Further improvements include an enhanced dining experience for residents at the skilled nursing facility. Paragon Healthcare Group will introduce a new "Order Anytime Menu" that will offer more choices to residents, such as the homemade soup of the day, a dessert cart, and a variety of fresh food options. The program is designed to meet residents' dietary needs and provide a more enjoyable mealtime experience.

In addition to improving care for patients, Paragon Healthcare Group will also be investing in the staff. One of Giddings Residence and Rehabilitation Center greatest strengths is the longevity of its staff and many of its department heads have held their position for five or more years. This dedication to the facility means the employees know the residents, families, and community to help them better serve the center. To continue this stellar service, Giddings Residence and Rehabilitation Center will be introducing more training and benefits to ensure that the quality of care and hospitality remain high.

According to Michelle Clemmons, Administrator at Giddings, "We're excited to be working with Paragon Healthcare Group. These upgrades are just the beginning!"

Find out more about the upcoming improvements to Giddings Residence and Rehabilitation Center by visiting its website at http://www.GiddingsCare.com or calling 979-542-3611. Updates are also often posted to the facility's Facebook and Twitter profiles at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Giddings-Residence-and-Rehabilitation-Center/661036267257174 and http://twitter.com/GiddingsCare, respectively.

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