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Great examples of interesting questions and comments that we have received about The Seabury at Fieldhome and assisted living:
I am searching for assisting living facilities for my elderly parents who currently reside in putnam county. Until we are able to get them into a facility, we are also searching for in-home care.
Q: My mother has been dignosed with Dementia and I was wondering if you would accept primary Medicare/Medicaid at The Seabury. Based on my father's service record, my mother may be eligible for Veteran's Benefits but I cannot determine how much until she is accepted in a facility.
Although she is currently living in Florida, my mother lived in the Cortlandt Manor/Peekskill area for over 20 years. - Jennifer
Q: My Mom is coming to stay with me. I live in Peekskill. She has the onset of dementia. The Dr. in another state says she has maybe one year before she needs to be in a facility. I need your help. She gets v.a assistance and social security is this enough? - Francine
Q: My mom is in an assisted living facility, but will need to leave due to low funds. She may need to go on Medicaid. Does the Seabury accept medicaid? I would like to have my mom closer to home. - Lori
Q: I am looking for a place for my 83 year old gentle father. He has mild Alzheimer's disease. Besides needing memory care, he also has a catheter bag which needs to be taken care of. Would the Seabury be able to take care of these needs? - B.