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Interesting questions and comments we have received about The Victorian Inn:
Q: My mother is current living in her own home with
24/7 care - she will be 94 in May - while she currently requires little
medical attention she does have moderate Alzheimer's and has recently
become less mobile. She does walk with a walker now. Would your type
of facility at The Victorian Inn be an appropriate placement?
Q: What is the monthly price for AL Level 1 care at The Victorian Inn. Also, can I take a vitual tour of the interior of your facility? - Monica
Q: Hi I would like a brochure and pricing information for your facility. - Darius
Q: I have a resident that is currently at a nursing facility that is ready to return to the community. He is looking for a place to call home. What are your rates (as he is on a limited income) and what services do you provide? - Sheryl
Q: Can you tell me the cost per month for a person living at the Victorian Inn? How many residents live at the Victorian? How many staff are present at any one time? Are all meals provided? Thanks. Karen
Q: Do you have any openings for a level 3 elderly? If so, idea of monthly cost? - Donna
Q: Do you accept interns? I am pursuing my BA in Psychology at Liberty University on-line. I am required to complete 125 hours of internship but I work full-time and am only able to complete them on week-ends. I already work in a long-term care facility as an Activity Coordinator. - Kristen
Hello. My Aunt has a trachea that is permanent. She also has slight paralysis on her left side due to a stroke. She is in a nursing home right now. Would this place be able to handle her trachea needs? - Starr
Q: We are trying to find an assisted living facility for my father-in-law. He needs help with bathing, toiletry issues and can't do steps. We're looking for a place that will take his social security payment as his monthly rent - what is your monthly fee? Thank you. - Jill
Q: Looking for a longterm care facility for my 93 yr old dad. Needs help with potty use. getting dressed, tranfering locations, i.e. bed to chair, etc. mentally good hard of hearing. - Kim
Q: I would like to inquire about the options available for my mother moving to this facility. Resources are limited. - Mr. John