What is the age range for people living in your facilities?
The average age is 84, with the range being between 70 to over 100!
What kinds of meals do your facilities serve?
Our meals are overseen by dietitians to create well-rounded and nutritious meals.
How do people pay for retirement and assisted living care?
Many of our residents pay privately, using their pension, Social Security income, and savings. Medicaid covers some residents based on physical and financial needs. Medicare does not cover assisted living facilities.
Are there outdoor areas for recreation?
Each of our facilities is different, but all provide beautiful outdoor grounds for residents. Seasonal colorful landscaping surrounds patios, walkways and seating areas.
Can residents call for help from their apartments in case of an emergency?
Residents’ rooms have intercoms and call systems. There are pull cords in the bathrooms. These systems are monitored 24-hours a day.
What is a skilled nursing facility?
Skilled nursing facilities (SNF’s), also called nursing homes, provide rehabilitation and intense 24-hour nursing care.
What do you mean by rehabilitation?
It is short term therapy services provided to patients to enable them to return to their former level of activities following a debilitating event. Usually paid for by Medicare and or other insurance.
What does Aging in Place mean?
It’s a natural progression of life changes that occur as one gets older. Our facilities and communities are designed to provide a continuum of care so that a resident doesn’t have to move each time he or she is faced with a change because of age. This allows our residents to enjoy the comfort of their own homes as long as possible by providing increased levels of care to accommodate the aging process.