Description of Marler Manor
Welcome to Marler Manor
It is important to us that your loved one receives high quality compassionate care in a gentle and loving environment. In addition based on the resident’s preferences’ we provide socialization, activities and companionship.
It is important to us that your loved one receives high quality compassionate care in a gentle and loving environment. In addition based on the resident's preferences' we provide socialization, activities and companionship .
Leon & Arlyn Marler have decided to spend the rest of their careers "making a difference" with the elderly. Leon, at a young age, began assisting his mother in caring for his elderly relatives in his family home. From these memorable times he has a special place in his heart for elders. Leon sold his business & obtained his CAN in order to work full time with elder populations. Arlyn is an RN, RHIA & EMBA who has been in health care for 30 years, responsible for compliance with regulations & assuring that quality care is provided. When not keeping up with state regs & protocols for the homes, she works as an RN at a local hospital.
Tammy Rider, Operations Director, is a seasoned Supervisor, who provides daily quality of care & services oversight for the 3 homes and acts as a support to our wonderful managers. She & the managers "in their spare time" also cover shifts for call – offs to assure our high staffing ratio is maintained.
Calyn Ogie is the Human Resource Director & does bookkeeping/payroll. With her frequent visits to "her" beloved residents, she provides another "set of eyes" for quality care & services in the homes.
They bring love, patience, dedication, and commitment for this special population.
To make sure that we care for your loved one safely & properly, we evaluate all prospective residents carefully to assure that their needs are met with regard to mobility, emotional stability, and his/her physical condition. We also assess to make sure the prospective resident & the other residents are "compatible" . Because of our staffing ratio of 1 staff member to 5 residents maximum we can accept:
Those who have dementia including the Alzheimer's type
Those who have medical/physical disabilities such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, heart and/or lung disease, and orthopedic problems (our staff assists w/ rehab & mobility)
Those with psychiatric diagnoses (non – combative)
Those who are non – ambulatory
Those on hospice or home health (we coordinate services)
Those who are incontinent
Those without sight or hearing
And, those who merely need assistance w/ personal care, medicines & meals while living in a safe, clean environment