At Cary Medical Center, we are proud to offer long-term care services to adults with mild, moderate, severe, or profound intellectual disabilities at L'Acadie, our nine-bed intermediate care facility. The experienced and dedicated L'Acadie team includes a medical director; registered nurses; rehabilitation and active treatment plan aides; licensed clinical social workers; physical and occupational therapists; and on-site dietary, housekeeping, and maintenance staff. These health professionals work with each L'Acadie resident to create a personalized care plan that includes daily activities, nursing services, therapies, and other specialized services to help the resident function as independently as possible.
L'Acadie is a home-like environment with areas for socialization, private consultations, entertainment, a full kitchen, private bedrooms, and other typical household rooms. We strive to make our residents as comfortable as possible, while providing them services that can enhance their quality of life.
L'Acadie is accredited by the Joint-Commission on Accreditation for Healthcare Organization (JCAHO) the nation's leading standards-setting organization for healthcare safety and quality.
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Additionally, there are numerous enrichment and socialization opportunities for L'Acadie residents. Staff regularly organize and supervise outings for the residents that include dining in local restaurants, shopping, swimming at an indoor pool, Bingo, sporting events, and a wide variety of special events, such as festivals, parades, and fairs.
L'Acadie contracts with Northern Aroostook Alternatives, located near-by to provide a day program for residents who could benefit from vocational training and habitation skills.