Answers to 3 Commonly Asked Questions – Health & Safety

By Deniese Williams, Executive Director

The Cabana at Jensen Dunes

When you’re looking for an Assisted Living and Memory Care community, your number one concern is the health and safety of your loved ones. At The Cabana at Jensen Dunes, it’s our top priority, too. Here are some of the questions we often get on that topic:

  • Are your staff members trained and licensed? Yes. Our dedicated team comprises of trained nurse assistance, licensed practical nurses and registered nurses – all are licensed and/or certified by the state of Florida. In addition, at Treasure Cove, our Memory Support neighborhood, staff is specially trained to care for those with Alzheimer’s disease and other memory disorders with compassion and dignity.
  • Will someone be available to help if something happens to my loved one at night? At The Cabana, we have licensed nurses and certified nursing assistants on duty 24/7. In the event of an emergency during the nighttime hours, our licensed nurse can evaluate the situation and contact the physician or call Paramedics.
  • What happens if my loved one gets seriously ill or needs to go to the hospital? If a resident experiences sudden illness or a change in their medical condition, our nursing staff will make an evaluation and, if needed, consult with a medical doctor. In the case of an emergency, we will send the resident directly to the ER for further evaluation and contact the family immediately.

We understand that you trust us to provide exceptional care for your loved one. If you have any questions about the health and safety of our residents, please give us a call at 772-322-1000.

Deniese Williams, Executive Director of The Cabana at Jensen Dunes, is a registered nurse with a Master of Science in Nursing and more than 20 years of experience in the long-term care industry.