Tabitha at The Landing

Tabitha and Immanuel present Tabitha at The Landing, a collaborative, innovative option in resident-focused skilled nursing and long-term care for Lincoln’s seniors and their families. Enlightened by the vision to de-institutionalize the advanced care living community, Tabitha, your Answer for Elder Care and The Landing at Williamsburg Village, an Immanuel Community, offer Lincoln’s seniors the partnership of exceptional health care support and resident-centered care in a family-style living setting.

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Welcome to Tabitha at The Landing!

Tabitha at The Landing is a collaboration between Tabitha and The Landing and was created to de-institutionalize the “nursing home culture” from the inside out. With the belief that meaningful lives are ones with choices, our organizations set out to create a place where seniors could enjoy all the comforts of home—including the ability to direct their own care and lifestyle—and remain as independent as possible while doing so.

Our innovative approach means that residents have free will to live life exactly as they please. They rise, sleep and eat at the time of their choosing. Their menu is custom-made and personally served, with 24-hour access to meals and snacks. At most mealtimes, residents and staff alike come together at the large, family-style dining table to share the warmth of food and conversation. Hobbies and leisure activities are encouraged and often become shared interests among residents. Inclusive group outings are offered frequently, but never required. Family, friends and visitors are welcome—anytime and every time. Birthdays and holidays are house-wide events—there is no shortage of celebrating here!

Progressive communities like Tabitha at The Landing have been lauded in national research findings that report drastically improved clinical outcomes when compared with traditional skilled nursing, along with greatly reduced rates of common social/emotional side effects of aging, such as loneliness and depression. Goals are a focus here. Residents are encouraged to set them, and staff are motivated to help see them reached. Working together, it’s no wonder this kind of environment forms the baseline for a quality of life that’s second-to-none in long-term care.