Admissions

Transitions of any kind can often be overwhelming and a bit scary, but the transition of your loved one into our care should be one filled with peace and security. Any member of our staff will be happy to show you our home. We have flexible visiting hours and look forward to answering any questions. To make the process a little easier, we have provided some things to double check before moving in a loved one.

Basic Documents Needed:

1. ID cards such as a social security card, driver’s license, Medicare and/or Medicaid Card along with any additional insurance if applicable
2. Living Will and/or DNR Documents
3. Any medical records
4. Power of Attorney
5. Guardianship Documents

Packing List:

  • Clothing
  • Non-slip shoes and/or slippers
  • Decorations for the room to make it feel like home
  • Pictures, memory boxes, quilts, etc.

As a full-care facility, we have everything else needed in-house so our residents do not need to worry about moving loads of boxes. We provide all bedding, linens and personal hygiene items.

Financial Needs

In order to lift the financial burden of caring for your loved one, we do accept Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance. Due to changing eligibility requirements, however, it is recommended that you first talk to one of our staff members about your coverage eligibility and any unmet requirements. Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns.

Admissions Coordinator

Our Admissions Coordinator guides potential residents and their families through consults at the hospitals, tours of the home, meetings with case management and more. The AD serves to keep the admissions process simple and smooth and makes the transition an easy one for both the resident and his or her loved ones.