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Are the rooms in your facility private and have bathrooms adjoining with walk-in showers? I need to know the total of the monthly cost for assisted living as well.
Q: My son is looking to find Medicare paid assisted living for his 90+ year old Grandmother. She needs assistance with medication and oxygen administration. She is ambulatory and fairly self sufficient, and strong willed. Please forward information by e-mail. Thank you - Treva
Q: What is the cost of a private room and a non private room. My mom has Alzheimers. At this time she does not need a lot of assistance other that reminders to eat, sleep, and use the rest room. However she needs to be kept busy. Can your facility provide that. - Angie
Q: Hi! My 84 year old Dad has major mobility issues - not on a scooter yet, but I'm afraid he may not qualify for Level B care for much longer. He's currently still at home, but we're looking for other options other than a nursing home (his health is otherwise good). - Kent