Q: What is the difference between an Assisted Living home and a Nursing home?
A: Assisted living homes are an excellent option when older adults can no longer stay in their home. Single-family homes provide an option for personalized care in a smaller environment compared to larger corporate assisted living communities.
Q: Can my parents bring their own furniture?
A: Yes, we encourage our residents to bring their own furniture and personal items to make their rooms warm and comfortable.
Q: Are pets allowed?
A: Therapy dogs and family pets are welcomed for visits.
Q: Is the staff awake during the night?
A: Yes, our caregivers are awake 24 hours a day/7 days a week.
Q: Does medical insurance pay for assisted living?
A: Medicare does not pay for long term care. Some residents may have long term care insurance which might pay for a portion of policy holders cost.
Q: What level of training does the staff have?
A: All of our care givers are required to be certified in CPR and First-Aid. Continuing education is also required and encouraged.
Q: Do you have activities for the residents?
A: We provide group exercises, board games, arts and crafts, as well as individual activities such as walks, playing cards, or just having a stimulating conversation with other residents in the garden. Local outings are planned if residents wish to go. Movies and popcorn are a regular activity as well.