At Maplewood Care Center, we’re a welcoming community, where specially trained nurses, rehab therapists and other care professionals are dedicated to your health and wellbeing. A warm, friendly place you’ll be happy to call home.
We’re here to help you live each day as you’d like, and collaborate with you and your physician to design individualized plans for your short-term rehabilitation and long-term care, or short-term respite stay. When you choose short-term rehab therapy at Maplewood, we help you reach your goals for maintaining your highest levels of health and independence.
Our approach to care grows out of respect for the human spirit, and the belief that the right to dignity doesn’t diminish with age. Empathy and personal attention are at the core of how we help Maplewood residents feel cherished, and at home.
Come experience Maplewood Care Center, on the campus of The Homestead at Maplewood. Call today to arrange a visit. We look forward to meeting you!
As older adults’ health care needs evolve, The Homestead at Maplewood and Maplewood Care Center provide a continuum of living and care choices.
Be part of our growing team. If you care deeply about older adults and seek new career opportunities, we’d love for you to explore a role within our community.
These are some of the questions we’re asked most often by people looking for care and living choices for themselves or loved ones.
We’re dedicated to earning your trust and confidence through adherence to exacting standards for care and ethics. View our Notice of Privacy Practices in accordance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), the United States’ government-set standard regarding the protection or sharing of patients’ sensitive personal and health care information. View our Policy of Inclusion that ensures individuals’ rights to receive care and be considered for employment without discrimination.
On July 10, the Minnesota Department of Health released “Essential Caregiver Guidance for Long-term Care Facilities” that recommends long-term care facilities (including nursing homes and assisted living facilities,) develop a process to designate “essential caregivers” where appropriate. Facilities are not required to implement an essential caregiver program; the guidance provides recommendations for facilities that choose to do so. Facilities with active resident/staff COVID cases, or with residents/staff who are under investigation for COVID, are not eligible to implement an essential caregiver program. Because Maplewood Senior Living has had active COVID cases, the facility must be COVID-free for 28 days before it can implement the program.
The guidelines present significant logistic and operational considerations which we are carefully analyzing. We are eager to find ways to bring residents back to closer contact with loved ones. Our top priority has been, and continues to be, the safety and wellness of our residents. We are mindful that elders in our care are the most susceptible to COVID-19. We are examining how an essential caregiver program would align with all of the regulatory requirements we must comply with to protect our community from the COVID-19 virus.
Please take advantage of all of the options that are available now for connecting with residents:
We appreciate your patience and partnership as we continue working to keep our residents safe.