Recent Renovations at Ollie Steele
The recent renovations at Ollie Steele have been part of transforming long-term care.
The homelike setting at Ollie Steele Burden Manor includes a neighborhood concept with beautiful kitchen centers, soft lighting, wood floors, wainscoting, warm fire places, spa like bathing, and private sitting areas. The private sitting areas, café centers, warm fireplaces, spa like baths and resident library gives residents the opportunity to enjoy the comforting ambiance of home with the benefit of qualified medical care onsite.
Just a few of the added benefits for Ollie Steele residents include:
- increased involvement of staff, family, and residents in community activities including birthday parties and special family dinners
- promotion of increased communication with family and staff (i.e. the recent implementation of SKYPE via computer in the resident library which enables the resident to see and hear loved ones when they cannot visit)
- availability of buffet/café style dining
- open dining where the meal is available to be served over a 2-hour period (dining choice)
- free access and availability of a well stocked kitchen center with drinks, snacks, and fresh fruit
- liberal diet
- choice of bathing times
- choice of bedtime/wake time
- promotion of personal choice
- promotion of community involvement (churches, youth groups, local schools and etc.)
Ollie Steele Burden Manor, located at 4250 Essen Lane in Baton Rouge, is a licensed, affordable, 174-bed nursing facility specially designed to provide the highest level of care for those suffering with complex physical health issues, including dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Ollie Steele Burden Manor is guided by the healing mission of the Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady and has helped many families provide care with dignity, understanding and compassion.