about-us01Prairie Sunset Home (PSH) is licensed by the Kansas Department for Aging and Disability Services (KDADS) as an adult care home offering skilled nursing and assisted living facilities and services.  Located in the southeast corner of Pretty Prairie, Kansas, Prairie Sunset Home is a not-for-profit facility owned by Prairie Sunset Home, Inc.

It is our privilege to care for the entire individual—the physical, spiritual, social and emotional health of each resident.  Our highly skilled staff helps each person attain the highest level of functioning possible.


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Our People Make Us Your Most Trusted Choice

Only the nicest, most highly trained and experienced nurses, certified nurse’s aides and support staff will care for you or your loved one.

Prior to ever getting an opportunity to care for any resident at PSH, only the best, fully qualified applicants are considered.  Every member of our team has undergone an extensive personal and business background investigation.  If the prospective employee is licensed, then we verify that the license is current and the person is in good standing with the licensing agency.  A Kansas Bureau of Investigation (KBI) background check is run to verify there are no convictions of adult abuse, neglect, financial exploitation or other offenses that would preclude employment or make the person unfit to work at Prairie Sunset Home.  Finally, during our interview process we want to insure that the applicant has a genuine interest in caring for the elderly and most important of all—The Applicant has to be nice!

about-us03Services Offered:

Short term aggressive/extensive rehabilitation is one of our core competencies.  Our teams of therapists are able to successfully rehabilitate residents so that over 60% of them are able to return home.  For those that are longer term residents, we often see a dramatic improvement in their functional ability.  Generally, there are two of the primary reasons for the sudden improvement. The first reason is because the resident begins to eat well balanced meals every day.  Second, the resident is now taking the medication exactly as prescribed by the doctor.  When you couple professional rehabilitation, good food, medication management, interesting activities with the therapeutic value of socialization and superior customer service, you find a facility and culture of dignity, respect and independence.

  • Skilled Rehabilitation therapies (physical, occupational and speech therapy)
  • Skilled and Rehabilitation Nursing services
  • Respite care (planned stay of less than 30 days)
  • Long term care
  • Hospice care (partnered with area hospice provider of resident’s choice)
  • Private and companion (semi-private) rooms
  • Restaurant style meals with menu choices, therapeutic diets and expanded meal times
  • Nutrition counseling by Registered Dietitian
  • Podiatry clinic
  • Psychiatrist consultation
  • Medicare and Medicaid certified
  • 24-hour nursing care licensed by KDADS
  • Planned group and individual activities
  • Planned group and individual exercise and fitness
  • Transportation arranged
  • Social services.

about-us04May I Visit Prairie Sunset Home Before Deciding to Move?

Yes!  We absolutely encourage you and/or a family member to visit us.  The best strategy is to become well informed about the care and services available before they are actually needed.  Unfortunately, residents and families wait until they find themselves faced with a medical crisis or illness requiring hospitalization.  In those situations, the admission decision is often made under a really compressed timeline with only a day or two to decide, thereby putting both you and us in a tough situation.   Advanced notice and well informed decisions are normally better.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has a helpful publication called: “Guide to Choosing a Nursing Home.”  That official government booklet explains: How to find and compare nursing homes; How to pay for nursing home care; Your nursing home resident rights; and, where to call for help.  To get a copy of the booklet go to:  https://www.medicare.gov/Publications/Pubs/pdf/02174.pdf

Please stop by anytime for a tour and information about our services and availability.  Or, call us to schedule a personal interview and tour (620) 459-6822.

Senior Care with a Difference!