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Q: Do you accept VA Housebound benefits? I am inquiring on behalf of my parents who are in need of immediate placement. My step-father is in VA hospital and cannot be released to my mother unless she has help.
Q: I am looking for an ALTCS eligible assisted living home for my mom and dad that will accept private pay for the fist year or so. - Elia
Q: Looking for a place for my 90 year old mom. She is recovering from losing her husband of 51 years. She is currently at another facility in independent living but is needing more help. Exploring other possibilities. We live off of Tangerine and La Cholla and your location would be perfect. - April
Q: Are pets allowed? My friend is relatively young (68) with MD, but has 2 small elderly dogs. She can no longer live on her own, but refuses to give up her pets. - Susan