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  • What is Assisted Living?
    Assisted living is providing adults with personalized care in a residential environment. Seniors with health or well-being needs may require a helping hand or additional support. Assisted living is built around making life easier and more comfortable for aging adults along with services for social engagement and healthy living.
  • What is Respite Care?
    Respite care typically refers to a short-term stay at a senior community, usually an assisted living or memory care community. Respite care is a great living option for an elderly or disabled person who needs some day-to-day supportive services, but still desires social stimulation, engagement and activities.
  • What is home health care?
    Home health care is a service provided by caregivers trained to deliver nonmedical care such as daily living support or companionship at a personal home. This service may be an option for seniors or anyone needing daily or weekly assistance. Some of the services at new journeys rhc is light meal preparation and housekeeping, errand service, assistance with bathing and dressing, pet care, medication set-up and reminders, and more.
  • What is adult day stay?
    Adult Day Stay provide seniors with a safe place to socialize and participate in planned activities with others. They are designed for those who need assistance or supervision when it comes to activities of daily living like eating, using the restroom or taking medications. They continue to receive the health services they need while their loved ones receive a much-needed break from caregiver duties. Resite Care ......Respite care provides short-term relief for primary caregivers. It can be arranged for just a day or for several days or weeks.
  • What is memory care?
    Memory Care is designed to provide a safe and structured environment with set routines to lower stress for people with Alzheimer's or Dementia. The New Journeys Residential staff is trained to deal with unique issues that often arise as a result of dementia or Alzheimer's. We check residents more frequently and provide extra structure and support to help them navigate their day.
  • What is medicare?
    Medicare is a federal healthcare insurance program available to all Americans once they turn 65. Those who are disabled and under 65 may also be eligible to enroll for Medicare. Medicare coverage can cover inpatient hospital stays, care in a skilled nursing center, hospice care and some home health care. While this can be a wonderful resource for seniors in need of short-term care solutions, it might not be the best option if you have long-term care needs. The best way to know how Medicare can work for your individual circumstances is to speak to a specialized representative who can give you the most reliable advice possible. Medicare does not cover independent living and usually doesn’t pay for assisted living expenses. However, it can cover certain expenses like short-term care in a skilled nursing facility, depending on your eligibility. Medicare’s different parts help cover specific services: Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance) Part A covers inpatient hospital stays, care in a skilled nursing center, hospice care and some home health care. Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance) Part B covers certain doctors’ services, outpatient care, medical supplies and preventive services. Medicare Part C (Medicare Advantage Plans) This is a type of Medicare health plan offered by a private company that contracts with Medicare to provide you with all your Part A and Part B benefits. Most Medicare Advantage Plans offer prescription drug coverage too. Medicare Part D (Prescription drug coverage) Part D adds prescription drug coverage to Original Medicare, some Medicare Cost Plans, som 1-800-e Medicare Private-Fee-for-Service Plans and Medicare Medical Savings Account Plans. Source: Call the phone number on the cards to get more information about the coverage. 1-800-633-4227). TTY users should call 1-877-486-2048
  • What type of activities are available?
    We want to make sure that are team is actively pursuing our residents interests while offering opportunities for growth. We provide activities that are intellectually engaging, physically active, sociable or even spiritual. Our calendar, located in the News & Updates tab, offers a glimpse of different group activities we have coming up for residents and even family members to participate in!
  • What role does family play?
    We are a community that allows visits,volunteer opportunities, and even encourage participation in social activities. During the Covid-19 Pandemic some activities my be limited to residents only.
  • Assisted Living Costs
    When you decide you want to move into an assisted living community, the next question you will probably find yourself asking is: “How much does assisted living cost?” We know you have a lot on your mind already That’s why we believe in providing transparent pricing from the start so you have a realistic idea of how much living at a senior living community is going to cost. But even though we provide an average range for assisted living, keep in mind that it’s just that a price range. The actual price of a community vary. Starting Base Room Rate - $3500 to $6,000* In addition to the base rental rate doesn’t including a one-time fee that covers admission, which can range from $1,500- $2,000
  • What insurance providers are accepted?
    We accept Humana, Medicaid, Long Term Care, and VA (aid and attention). If you don't see your insurance provider listed, please feel free to call for more details.
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