Ollie Steele Burden Manor Nursing Home
Ollie Steele Burden Manor is a place where life is valued, celebrated and respected. We currently have openings and would like to extend an invitation to you and your family to let us know how we can help you with your long term care needs.
Ollie Steele is an affordably priced healthcare service and accepts private-pay patients only.
Ollie Steele Burden Manor has been the name associated with excellence in non-profit, Catholic-sponsored, long-term healthcare since 1966.
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4250 Essen Lane
Baton Rouge, LA 70809
About Ollie Steele Burden Manor
Ollie Steele Burden Manor is a licensed 174-bed facility that is designed to provide the highest levels of care, even 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.
We realize that long-term care is not an easy decision for family members and can be an adjustment for the new resident. We are here to help you adapt to the many changes associated with long-term care placement. Even though infirmities or disabilities may necessitate a degree of dependency, we value promoting the well being of the total person and are concerned for the physical, emotional, social and spiritual welfare of each individual.
When you need nursing home level care, Ollie Steele has a proven track record of success. Our affiliation with Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center—the most trusted name in Baton Rouge healthcare—also makes us stand out as the facility of choice.
Schedule a tour
Call our admissions coordinator to schedule a tour of our facilities. We will also be happy to send facility information in advance of your tour for your review.
Each resident at Ollie Steele Burden Manor must be admitted by a licensed physician and remain under a physician’s supervision.
Applicants for admission are assessed by one of our professional staff to determine if their needs can be met by our facility. A potential resident's current primary care physician will provide clinical information before admit. These items include and are only good for 30 days:
- Signed and dated statement of medical status
- Current chest x-ray
- Current TB test
- Current physician orders
- A history and physical
The resident or sponsor completes an admissions packet and provides us with copies of a living will (if in existence), power of attorney (if in existence), and copies of the front and back of Medicare and insurance cards. Everything will be turned in to the admissions department and reviewed in advance of your desired admission date.
Services at Ollie Steele Burden Manor
- Private and semi-private rooms
- Beautifully landscaped grounds
- A specially designed, secure unit for persons diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia
- Respite (short-term) care
- In-house primary care physician and nurse practitioner visit
- Pharmacy delivery service
- Medicare skilled care
- Physical, speech and occupational therapy
- Family support services (on-site social worker)
- Restorative care
- Nutritional consulting services by a registered dietitian
- Dental consulting services
- Beauty/barber services
- Maintenance, housekeeping and laundry services
- Daily activities coordinated by Certified Activity Therapists
- On-site worship services and spiritual care representative
Ollie Steele consists of three distinct neighborhoods, each with a registered nurse manager. By using the latest in care planning and assessment techniques, nurse managers deliver care via LPNs (licensed practical nurses) and CNAs (certified nursing assistants). Our director of nursing manages the overall continuity of care in the facility.
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 give residents the opportunity to enjoy the comforting ambiance of home with the benefit of qualified medical care onsite.
- Increased involvement of staff, family and residents in community activities
- Open dining where the meal is available to be served over a two-hour period
- 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.)