Residential-Style Skilled Nursing

Tabitha Residences | Skilled Nursing | Long-Term Care

About

Tabitha Residences are the next generation of skilled nursing and long-term Senior care. With the innovative philosophy of independent choice in a small-home environment, Tabitha now offers six residences in Lincoln and two in Crete, Neb., for individuals and families seeking an alternative to a traditional nursing home.

Tabitha Residences were the first in Nebraska to de-institutionalize long-term care by moving it out of a large facility and into a small home. Each residence is home to nine to 17 Seniors who direct their own lifestyle, including meal times, snacks, social activities, relaxation and more. They feature spacious floor plans encouraging family togetherness while caregiving teams provide assistance with activities of daily living, as well as personalized levels of care based on each senior’s needs and goals.

This revolutionary, residential environment, complemented by Tabitha’s renowned quality of care, has proven to result in better clinical outcomes, reduced hospitalizations and an unprecedented satisfaction among older adults who are proud to call these communities home.

All Tabitha skilled nursing communities, including Tabitha Residences, receive perfect 5 out of 5 overall rating from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services.

Tabitha Residences

Skilled Nursing | Long-Term Care

Dignity By Design

  • Private suites
  • Private baths
  • Accessible environment with safety in mind
  • Open great room, centered around the hearth and adjacent to dining room
  • Front porch and back patio
  • Beautifully landscaped green spaces
  • Distinctive furnishings
  • Access control system gives families peace of mind
  • Amenities such as whirlpool, salon services, fitness/wellness suite and library
  • Expert Senior-focused therapy

Resources

Want to learn more about about Tabitha Residences? Contact a Tabitha Continuum Navigator today or call 402.486.8520 for more information. We’ll connect you with the Tabitha resources that best fit your own or your loved one’s aging journey.

News Feed

During National Home Health and Hospice Care Month, Tabitha honors the dedicated nurses, therapists and aides who provide exceptional quality health care and supportive services in clients’ homes throughout Nebraska.

Tabitha is privileged to care for our nation’s heroes and cater to their unique needs. As a member of the We Honor Veterans program, Tabitha Hospice provides specialized services to veterans who are facing a life-limiting illness. Learn more.

Cats are the most requested therapy animal after dogs, but make up only three percent of all therapy animals. Therapy cats can offer comfort and healing, and more are needed. Read more.

Caregiving is a valuable position in our community which often goes unrecognized. Let's look at what National Family Caregivers Month is and how you can celebrate it.

Tabitha Hospice welcomes nurse practitioner Chelsea Enninga. She will work closely with the medical communities in and around York and Grand Island, Nebraska. Read more.

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Community supporters gathered at the Country Club of Lincoln for Tabitha’s annual, Signature Event, a fundraiser to ensure Nebraska Seniors receive the exceptional care they need and deserve. Read more.

Have you ever thought about planning for your health future? Spending some time thinking about your advanced directives can help you lead the life you want throughout your healthcare journey.

Tabitha, Nebraska’s industry-leading Senior Care provider, offers grief groups and hospice volunteer training throughout the month of November in Lincoln, York, Grand Island, and Nebraska City, NE. Learn more.

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For seniors who live on their own, independence can be threatened when faced with health challenges. Advances in home health care technology such as VoiceCare and telemonitoring can help.

According to many researchers, continuous learning has a limitless positive effects for all adults, especially as we get older. Read more about the benefits of learning something new.

Mindfulness, or being in the present moment, has a variety of positive health benefits. Read more about how to manage stress and make mindfulness part of your healthy aging journey.