Frequently Asked Questions
What is an Assisted Living Facility?
Assisted Living Facility is a facility licensed, licensed by the Department of Social Services - Community Care Licensing Division. Assisted living facilities combine housing with services to help people remain as independent as possible.
Who should consider an assisted living facility?
The need for some type of lifestyle change is usually first indicated when a person has difficulty in one or more of the following areas:
• Diminishing health, physical or mental abilities.
• Lack of community support services.
• Family not available to provide care or supervision.
• Our residents are typically 80 - 95 years of age.
What groups of people are served in your facilities?
Rose Meadows Elder Care assisted living facilities provide services that are tailored to seniors personal needs. This includes, but is not limited to, the following individuals:
• The frail elderly.
• Elderly persons with dementia.
• Persons with physical disabilities.
How do residents pay for their care services?
Medicare does not cover services in an assisted living facility. Payments may come from personal resources including savings accounts, pensions, insurance, veterans care benefits, or Social Security benefits.
What services do you provide?
The following five basic services are provided to all residents, if needed:
• Health monitoring.
• Assistance with medications.
• Information and referral services.
• Leisure time services.
• Personal care such as help with dressing, eating, bathing, grooming, toileting and mobility.
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