Knowledge Base | Frequently asked questions

Do you offer respite care?

Yes, actually we’re one of the few that offer short term respite care to give caregivers the opportunity to plan a weekend get-away to recharge the batteries.

What if my mom or dad isn’t ready to make a transition, despite what her doctor and the family is urging?

Making a transition can be challenging but we have supported families in navigating this challenge by emphasizing 3 key steps: (1) open and honest conversation with your loved one about your concerns for their safety and wellbeing, (2) including them in the decision-making process by touring facilities that already meet the standards you’ve defined as priority, and (3) easing into a transition by joining our residents for a scheduled outing, coming in for meals and daytime activities over a period of time before moving in. These steps will help dispel deep misconceptions that people have about what assisted living is and is not and can be very helpful in making the transition a little less challenging.

How do I know what level of care my loved one may need?

Every prospective resident must provide a document required by the Agency for Health Care Administration called an 1823 and it is completed by the physician overseeing care. We use this document, in conjunction with an in-person evaluation conducted by our Administrator to determine the functional assessment that will enumerate the level of care required for your loved one’s safety and well being.

Do you offer Religious services?

Yes, we are proud to offer multi-denominational services each Sunday.

Can my love one go outside?

Absolutely! We offer a safe, secure non-smoking Garden area complete a Gazebo and misters to help cool off from that hot Florida sun.


Still have any questions?

Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is available to answer your questions. Our goal is provide the resources necessary so that you can make an informed decision for yourself or a loved one. .

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