No, Medicare does not cover the cost of assisted living services. Typically assisted living services are privately paid. There are some programs that do help with the cost, for example the V.A. offers a program for veterans to help with assisted living services.
There are numerous different activities we provide. The residents and their families can enjoy arts and crafts, bingo, board games, ball toss. We have different musical groups and singing groups that come to the facilities. We also try to meet the request of residents with their special interest of activities they would like to partake in.
Yes, this is your home and you should have all the comforts and furnishings you are accustomed to. Culver Meadows does provide furniture, bed, built in dresser, wall-mounted television and nightstand for every room. Every room in our facility is a private.
We provide breakfast, lunch and dinner and a snack in between. All meals are home-made and freshly prepared with fresh ingredients and delectable recipes. The benefits of a good, well-prepared meal cannot be overstated. We strive and understand the importance to serve all four food groups every meal for a well balanced healthy diet. Even our baked treats are freshly baked all day long.
Whether you choose to dine among friends in our gracious and well-appointed dining room, or enjoy a quiet dinner in your private living space, you’ll appreciate nutritious, delicious dining every day.
No, Culver Meadows provides incontinence supplies.
Yes, We provide respite care, that is, short term care that allows the family or other care providers to take a break from caregiving based on availability. Whether it be vacation, family emergency or any other situation, Culver Meadows may be able to provide temporary care for your loved one..