Arcadia’s assisted living community provides each client with a separate living unit that includes a lockable door and private bathroom. Meals, housekeeping, transportation, laundry, activities, an emergency call system, daily courtesy check-ins, maintenance and grounds care, resident parking, 24-hour staff on-site, utilities (except phone and cable) and clerical services are also available. Each client may directly arrange with an outside agency or individual to receive health care services, subject to any related policy of the assisted living community. 3rd Party home care providers are also available on-site in select locations. Services may vary by location.
Frequently Asked Questions
No. Assisted living communities are defined and regulated differently than nursing homes, although some of the same services may be provided. Each State regulates and defines Assisted Living differently. Depending upon the type of license held both assisted living communities and nursing homes may be able provide assistance with activities of daily living (bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, eating, transferring). However, nursing homes can deliver health care services, while a client in an assisted living community must directly arrange with an outside agency or individual to receive health care services. Generally speaking, assisted living communities offer more privacy and independence, because each client has a separate living unit with a lockable door, private bathroom and usually an individual thermostat control.
No. However, you can request to share a living unit with a spouse or another individual under mutual agreement.
Yes. An assisted living community is required under law to provide you with a lease agreement for your thorough review, which then must be signed. This lease agreement addresses all provisions, policies, rights, responsibilities and protections for both the client and the assisted living community.
Yes. Assisted living communities are required to provide assistance with transportation. Carefully read the lease agreement to determine how and when transportation is provided.
Yes. Arcadia Communities encourages clients to bring their own furniture, furnishings and keepsakes to help make it their home.
The cost of living in an assisted living community will usually depend on the size/type of your living unit, assistance you need and any additional services you might request. Arcadia Communities will disclose all available services and fees, so you can make an informed decision.
Yes. Arcadia employees are trained on a variety of key topics applicable to their assigned duties.
Yes. Assisted living communities are required to conduct criminal records checks on employee applicants.
No. Neither Medicare nor Medicaid pays for these services. However, you might qualify for coverage if you’re receiving health care services from an outside licensed health care provider.
Some long term care insurance policies pay for services in assisted living communities. However, because coverage provisions vary, carefully read and compare policies.