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I wanted to know the cost. This is for my ex-husband. John would need transportation when he goes to the VA in Decatur or Lawrenceville for Dr's visits. John has Parkinson's and possibly the onset of dementia he is only 62. He can shower and take care of himself but he needs someone to cook for him and give him his medicine. He has days that he is not with it and needs to be checked on. He will quit eating and will not make sense to you when he talks and will just sleep all the time.
Q: I am in the process of looking for a facility for my husband. He has Alzheimers and is need of a memory care facility. I would like to get more information on your rooms and the cost. Thank you. Vickie
***It sounds like another possibility if 24-hour care is not needed is to look into Independent living, or perhaps a place that offers more of a continuum of care, so mom can 'age in place' as more care is possibly needed down the road. - Assisted Living Directory.
Q: Was wondering if you have any job openings for someone with previous CNA and LTC facility experience who is currently not certified but in school for nursing, as well as getting my CNA again. Tammy
***Assisted Living Directory recommends checking out our 'get a job' section on tips for those seeking nursing, or CNA positions.
Q: Do you accept VA benefits? - Denise