Moses Behavioral Care a leader in offering care to members of the SMI and TBI community
Moses is a leading community-based facility dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and to promoting the overall mental health of those in the community. Our effort are motivated by our promise to uphold mental health as a critical part of overall wellness, including preventive services for all while offering integrated care and treatment for those who require assistance with activities of daily living.
Some members living with mental illness are unable to care for themselves and require caregiving services. These services are essential to care and can include assistance with eating, toileting, dressing, transferring, mobility, positioning and more. Moses provides these services with licenses Caregivers and nurses with experience in redirecting and caring for challenging members.
In addition to providing mental health services, this home was built to accommodate members requiring a higher level of care and bariatric care needs.
3D Virtual Reality
VR is an area with fascinating possibilities. Although the field is relatively new we believe VR will serve as a tool for residents who have difficulty attending traditional events or prefer to remain in the home. This entertainment tool is voluntary (like any other activity in the home) but we’ll encourage members to try and determine if it’s an appropriate fit.
Some of the VR application will include meditation on a tropical Island, underwater voyage where users can swim with dolphins and sea creatures, google earth 3D videos and more.
Residents will travel to Litchfield Park bi-weekly for this experience. Activities such as grooming, feeding, haltering and leading the horses will be supervised by our BHT’s and trainers. The goal is to help residents develop needed skills and attributes, such as accountability, responsibility, self-confidence, problem-solving skills, and self-control.
Animal lovers already know how good it feels to interact with their pet and many of our residents were once dog owners. Every other Saturday dogs will visit the home for 1 hour and visit with each member who is interested. Pet interactions are used to help improve mental, social, emotional, and physical functions and overall mood of our residents.