Initial Contact and Information Gathering
Deciding to help a loved one transition from their home to our home is a difficult decision. Carol or Cheryl will sit down with you to assist you by answering your questions, discussing your options, and supporting you during this time.
We will help answer the following questions:
- How do we afford this?
- Can you guide me to Veteran Benefits for Aid and Attendance?
- How will you get my relative here? They don’t want to come?
- Do you have activities?
- How do you handle difficult behaviors?
- My loved one is incontinent, (has a urinary catheter, needs care of wounds) do you handle these things?
- How do you handle behavioral issues like sun downers, aggression, mood swings?
- My mom won’t let us give her a bath, will you be able to?
- What kind of food do you serve?
- My dad is in a wheelchair. Do you have rooms that can handle his wheelchair?
We want you to see our home. We offer Private and Semi-private rooms, living areas, dining rooms and Carol and Cheryl would like to show you around. If you are interested in us, we will give you an APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION (link this to the application)
We will do an assessment of your loved one to ensure we can take good care of everything your loved one needs. This determines the level of care he or she will require
|Type||Level 1||Level 2||Level 3|
- This is what we charge for our services. We offer outstanding care at affordable price. It includes the room, personal care services, medication management, activities, meals, laundry.
Extra charges apply to those items that are of a personal nature: medications, hairdressing, medical supplies.
Please note: our rates include most of the services required to take care of your loved one
There are no hidden extras.
- Level One for residents who require:
- Supervision, support, safety, and security.
- Assistance with medications
- Direction of activities of daily living
- Cleaning of rooms, laundry/linen service
- Companionship and comfort
- Level Two for residents who:
- Are confused, depressed, or isolative.
- Require some redirection
- Require oxygen, injections, nebulizers, or blood glucose monitoring
- Are incontinent and require toileting
- Require assistance with most tasks of daily living
- Level Three for residents who:
- Require total assistance with all tasks of daily living
- May wander from building or are an elopement risk
- Are resistant to care or redirection
- Present challenging behaviors, or require higher levels of care coordination or Hospice Services