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The CMS Five-Star Quality Rating System assigns nursing facilities nationwide with a rating between one and five stars. We’re proud to be among the care facilities with five stars, who are considered to have a “much above average” quality compared to other nursing home facilities in their state.
Nestled in the heart of Fairfield County, WM shares property with its partner assisted living facility, The Greens at Cannondale. This partnership offers individuals the opportunity for continued care.
For example, a resident can start out living independently in an apartment and later transition to assisted living to receive more help with daily activities, or to skilled nursing to receive more medical care, while remaining in the same community.
The chief benefit of CCRCs is that they provide a wide range of care, services and activities in one place, offering residents a sense of stability and familiarity as their abilities or health conditions change.
The highest quality nursing & rehabilitation care!
Our mission at WM is to provide the highest quality nursing and rehabilitation care for you or your loved one in a comfortable and nurturing environment. Our philosophy is based on person-centered care, which focuses on the individual healthcare needs and personal preferences of the resident.
Enjoy a warm, loving environment where our highly-trained nursing staff cares like family—treating each individual with kindness and compassion.
WM provides long-term nursing care for people of all ages with chronic illnesses or disabilities, focusing on rehabilitation and support with individualized care plans.
A variety of rehabilitation services are available at Highlandspring including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech-language pathology, and other therapeutic activities such as recreational activities.
Payment & Insurance
For our long-term care and short-term rehabilitation programs and services, we accept:
- Private payment
- Private insurance plans
- Long-term care insurance
Respite programs are often private pay, not generally covered by insurance.