Frequently Asked Questions
When we’re asked ‘what’s the best way to get to know us?’ We suggest that you call us to talk about your situation today. These questions may help you prepare for your call or visit.
|How is an assisted living community different than a CRCC or LifePlan community?
In assisted living, residents have no large up-front fees and pay monthly only for the care that is needed.
|What kind of license is required for assisted living?
Manorhouse is licensed and regulated by the state. Licensing requires appropriate life safety measures, staffing levels, certified care plans, staff training, and standards for medication administration. When you come to our community, you’ll see our license displayed prominently at the entrance.
|Is there a nursing staff?
While assisted living providers are not required to employ a full-time nurse, Manorhouse maintains licensed nurses on duty and in the building 24/7.
|Do you have a house physician?
Manorhouse has an independent physician who serves as medical director. This physician is available to treat residents at their convenience, although most residents continue to see their own personal physicians.
|Can Manorhouse take me to my appointments?
In most cases, Manorhouse offers complimentary transportation services for doctor’s appointments.
|Can my doctor visit me at Manorhouse?
Yes, of course. Your personal physician is welcome to visit you at Manorhouse.
|What accommodations are available?
Manorhouse offers residents a choice of accommodations. Our Director of Resident Relations can provide floor plan choices and options. To learn more about assisted living care and services, visit the following resource organizations online: Assisted Living Federation of America (ALFA), now known as Argentum, and AARP – Assisted Living Forum Alzheimer’s Association
|What services and amenities are included in the monthly fee?
It’s our mission to exceed your expectations, which we believe our community does in terms of services and amenities. Learn more about our standard amenities.