Here are some of the most frequently asked questions from those interested in our assisted living neighborhood. Read on to find out more about Parsons Presbyterian Manor. If there’s a question we haven’t answered here, contact us today.
When seniors reach the point where they need a little extra help with daily tasks, they sometimes wonder if they are ready for an assisted living community. Perhaps, the concern is costs, or the hassle of moving, or perhaps they associate assisted living with nursing homes. We know it can be a difficult, deeply personal decision, but we will say that an assisted living community is far from a nursing home. Our seniors maintain active social lives, and they set their own daily schedules. They live in private apartments but enjoy having a maintenance-free community and the little bit of extra help that comes with assisted living. We are here to support you while you live the way you want to live.
We offer a variety of beautiful studio and one-bedroom apartments.
Yes. To get on the wait list, you must submit a long-term application for residency.
We do offer small storage areas, or we can direct you to convenient storage units nearby. In addition, we can provide expert assistance in downsizing. A move of this kind usually requires anticipating future needs and making some tough decisions about furnishings and possessions. We can help you in planning. We will work with you personally to ensure the choices you make are right for you and consistent with the way you want live.
Monthly assisted living fees begin at $2,704, based on floor plan and level of services needed. A second-person fee applies for double occupancy, and it varies based on level of services needed. Contact us to learn more and take the next step in your journey.
No. We need to see enough that we feel confident you can afford private pay senior living for the foreseeable future, but this does not require full disclosure of your finances.
Medicaid does not apply to assisted living.
After day 20, Medicare does not cover a large portion of the cost of stay. The supplemental insurance covers this gap. Some for-profit nursing homes do not require a supplemental insurance, but Presbyterian Manor does because we are a non-profit organization that is not able to cover that gap if someone is unable to pay for it personally.
In assisted living, a team member is onsite 24/7. We have cameras and door locks for added protection.
If you have been driving before you move into Parsons Presbyterian Manor, you may continue to drive. We also provide scheduled transportation.
We know pets are important, but we really want the opportunity to give our attention to you and care for you, so your pet friends must live elsewhere—but may come visit any time.
If you have been driving before you move into Parsons Presbyterian Manor, you may continue to drive. We also provide scheduled transportation for medical appointments, community and cultural outings, and more.
We are here to help with most aspects of daily life. All meals are covered under the monthly fee, as are medication management, and a call system for immediate needs.