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Great questions and comments about Autumn Glen:
My father is 95 and for his age he is otherwise independent and still has a sharp and well-functioning mind & brain. We are considering assisted living for an alternate to him living on his own and alone. I am interested in costs as well as services. My husband & I live in Phoenix by PV Mall and your location is fairly convenient. We are also considering having him move in with us. Cost is going to be a big factor in where we ultimately decide for my father. - Stacie
Q: What insurance do you take, are the rooms shared,
Q: Do you accept state funding (AHCCCS)? Adam
A: Hi Adam, Not at this time.
Q: Looking for a home for my 85 year old husband at the directed care level. He is on Mercy Care ALTCS .. Do you have any private rooms available for immediate placement. - Dee
Q: do you specialize in Alzheimer type care? If not, do you know of another small group home that does. Thanks - Marie
Q: Yes, we have a lot of experience when it comes to Alzheimer's and Dementia care. I believe that our home also helps these residents in particular because we are smaller and more consistent than the larger homes or facilities. It is easier for someone to adapt and do well because they get a lot of one on one attention and supervision.
Q: My mother is eligible for AHCCCS Long term care and I am looking for an assisted living home for her. She is 97, bright, friendly and reads a lot. - Natalia