Offering services that range from minimal care to assisted living and beyond, our home plus environment allows residents to age in place without the need to uproot and move as their needs change.
Home, plus more. With two staff members for every five residents (and we only have eight residents in each home), it’s almost like having concierge services to meet every need.
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Forth of July is such a special day and we are thankful we were able to celebrate with family and friends. The staff and many of the residents families made a variety of treats including cookies, pies and chocolate covered strawberries. We grilled hamburgers and hot dogs for dinner with all the fix-ins and enjoyed each others company on this special day.
Rick Aiken joined us for our Forth of July party and sang a variety of songs that got us smiling, clapping our hands and tapping our feet.
Rick explained that he started playing music for assisted living facilities after he went to visit a close friend who lived in an assisted living home. He just happened to bring his guitar with him that day and began playing for his friend when many of the other residents came to sit down beside them. He said that before he know it he had a crowd and everyone was enjoying his music. Rick decided then that making others smile by sharing his music was something he enjoyed and today he plays for many assisted living and independent care homes in the area.
Rumor has it that in the next few years the amount of money provided to an individual through Medicaid will either stay the same or decline leaving a burden on those who depend on it to supply their basic needs.
When talking to different staff members in the medical field, they all seem to have the same message: Pay for long-term insurance now so you don’t have to rely on Medicaid in the future.