Skilled Nursing in Topeka, KS

A place to feel at home

Our long-term care/skilled nursing area in Topeka, Kansas, provides many amenities that allow residents to enjoy an enhanced quality of life. These include a hair salon, transportation and more.

We offer thoughtfully designed private and semi-private residences with individually controlled heating and air conditioning. Our comprehensive program features 24/7 nursing care delivered by compassionate and dedicated health care professionals.

Our goal is to provide an environment that lets residents remain as independent as possible, and to help them make the most out of every moment — physically, socially and spiritually.

Residents receive the specialized care they need in a supportive and dignified setting, leaving them free to focus on getting the most out of each and every day.

Here, quality of care leads to quality of life, where our skilled staff and innovative wellness programming come together to create a comfortable, nurturing environment.

To learn more, download our health care and rehabilitation brochure or our health care insert.

For more information or to schedule a tour, contact us.

Long-term Care services include:

  • Three daily meals, plus healthy snacks
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Daily laundry
  • Qualified 24-hour nursing care
  • Individualized care planning
  • Medication management
  • Restorative nursing services
  • 24-hour security
  • Activities, events and social programs
  • Interfaith spiritual services
  • Transportation to scheduled Topeka community activities

Other services available, which may include additional charges depending on the level of care, include:

  • Telephone
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Intravenous therapy

Hospice care/Palliative care

Presbyterian Manor campuses partner with local hospice organizations to provide hospice and palliative care and support. Palliative care services provide symptom management for residents with a terminal illness. Hospice care services provide care and support to residents and their families when the resident's life-limiting illness no longer responds to cure-oriented treatments. The goal is to offer your loved one comfort and dignity. A team of trained professionals and volunteers support a hospice resident in making the end of life transition in the best manner possible.