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Morris Hall
One Bishops’ Drive
Lawrenceville, NJ 08648
(609) 896-0006

• A real home

• Meaningful life

• Empowered staff

Morris Hall Meadows at Lawrenceville was conceived and developed with innovative ideas about engaging the mind, body and spirit of our Elders. Morris Hall Meadows is an elder-centered model that places the maximum possible decision-making authority into the hands of the Elders or those closest to them.

Following The GREEN HOUSE® model developed by Dr. Bill Thomas, we emphasize three core values: a Meaningful Life, Empowered Staff and a Real Home. We focus on community, compassion and comfort for every individual, in an environment that provides outstanding physical and emotional support.

Morris Hall Meadows elders live in actual homes offering more privacy and comfort than traditional nursing home settings. Each of the thoughtfully designed single-level homes has ten private bed-and-bath suites overlooking our beautifully landscaped grounds.

At the center of each home is a spacious hearth room with a fireplace facing a comfortable patio, a shared dining room, an open kitchen, as well as a spa area and a cozy library, which is accessible to elders and their families at all times.

Our goal is for each Morris Hall Meadows elder to have a meaningful life with as much autonomy over his or her activities as they choose. Elders control their own daily routines and rhythms for waking, sleeping, meals, self-care and alone time. Each has direct involvement in his or her own care plan, and all elders enjoy formal and informal opportunities for engagement inside and outside of the home.

logo-morris-hall-meadowsElders’ health care, wellness and social needs are supported attentively by our multi-disciplinary staff of professionals. This care team devotes themselves to knowing each individual and their families with the aim of providing the utmost care and attention.

A REAL HOME, WITH EMPOWERED HELPERS

Each house at Morris Hall Meadows is staffed by a self-managed team of workers called Shahbazim who are present at all times for the needs, care and comfort of the elders. Each Shahbaz is carefully selected for her or his ability to provide compassionate care to each individual, and to thoughtfully monitor the elders’ well-being. They work in concert with the clinical support team to constantly provide optimal care to each person in residence.

Morris Hall Meadows will be a Medicare and Medicaid approved skilled nursing facility. Elders will have access to a vast array of services, further complemented by the therapy resources of  St. Lawrence Rehabilitation Center. TransportaRWJ028_vs11_comp_kntion, spiritual care, security and a stimulating array of daily activities will all help to make life at Morris Hall Meadows enjoyable and fulfilling.

 

Residents control their own daily routines and rhythms

for waking, sleeping, meals, self-care and alone time. Each has direct involvement in his or her own care plan.

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We recognize our ethical responsibility to you, our patients and clients, and the community we serve. Our Code of Conduct guides all staff members, volunteers, contracted staff, and those acting as representatives or agents of St. Lawrence. Underlying these principles is our commitment to excellence in providing quality patient care.

Specifically addressed in our Code are our responsibility to patients and employees, professional relationships, moral and legal standards, community responsibility, professional conduct, and the implementation and promotion of ethical behavior in business, marketing, and clinical practices.

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Morris Hall operates its services and programs without regard to race, color, national origin, in accordance with the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as amended.  Any person who believes that she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint in writing to Morris Hall.  To file a complaint  or for more information  on Morris Hall’s obligation under Title VI contact The Director of Recreation or the Administrator of Morris Hall.  Transportation services provided by this agency are part funded through the federal funds received through NJ Transit and as an individual you also have the right to file your complaint under Title VI by writing to Morris Hall Morris Hall/ St. Lawrence, 1 Bishop’s Drive, Lawrenceville, NJ  08648 or filing a complaint directly with the Federal Transit Administration at: The office of Civil Right, Attention: Title VI Program Coordinator, East Building, 5th floor-TCR, 1200 New Jersey Ave., SE, Washington DC 20590.  A complaint must be filed within 180 days of the alleged discrimination. If information is needed in another language please contact Toni Faraone at 609-896-0006 (2615).

Si se necesita información en otro idioma, por favor póngase en contacto con Toni Faraone al 609-896-0006 (2615).