FULTON – Michaud Residential Health Services in Fulton is nearing completion of a two month long re-modeling project that saw a number of updates to resident rooms and commons areas. The updates ran from the cosmetic (new paint, etc.) to more substantial – new molding, window treatments and other fixtures that served to enhance the “curb appeal” and functionality of each room.
“We saw this as an opportunity to make some changes and improvements to our resident rooms that will provide an enhanced atmosphere for our residents and make it a bit easier for our staff to provide care and maintain,” said Michaud Administrator Jeff Toczek. “In keeping with many of the other renovations that have taken place here at Michaud in the recent past, we think this effort is appreciated by our residents and their family members and friends alike. Residents are excited to see these positive changes as we were sure to engage and involve the residents in planning for the renovations.”
Other improvements that are being made include updates to the cable television wiring throughout the residence and some additions of artwork and other decorative fixtures that make for a more homelike atmosphere.
Toczek noted that anyone exploring long-term care or short stay rehabilitation services is welcome to arrange a visit to tour the residence and discuss the services that are offered by the dedicated and knowledgeable Michaud staff. For information, or to arrange a tour, call Michaud Residential Health Services at 592-2009. Information is also available on the web at www.michaudhs.com.