HERE ARE SOME ANSWERS TO COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS WE GET ABOUT LIVING AT JOY
Whether you’ve just started your search or have narrowed down your selection, you may have questions about senior care and assisted living. Based on our years of experience and leadership in the industry, we have answers to many of your questions. Here they are:
Is there a difference between a "nursing home" and an "assisted living"?
Though at times they are used interchangeably, there is a real difference. A nursing home describes a 24-hour skilled nursing facility for seniors who need constant supervision and medical support. It is typically more hospital-like than an assisted living community.
While promoting independence, assisted living communities provide medication supervision and assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, grooming, etc. Staff are there 24-hours-a-day to provide supervision and assistance. All of this takes place in a more home-like setting.
What are the costs to live at Joy Assisted Living?
Because Joy is family operated, prices are kept at a more reasonable rate. They offer exceptional choices of Suites, Private and shared accommodations to fit any budget. Contact us any time to review your needs.
Is the cost covered by Medicare?
Medicare doesn’t provide any coverage for assisted living, but there may be other options or programs we would be happy to review with you. Here ar our standardrates and services here.
Can I see a floor plan?
We have several options available.Schedule a Tour with us to discuss options and availability.
Can couples with different care needs live together?
Yes, as long as their needs fall into the scope of assisted living services.
Do you accept pets?
We’re sorry but, no, we cannot accept pets due to allergies, etc.
When evaluating your options, there should be a balance of practical considerations with quality measures. To help, check out these useful tips: Choosing an Assisted Living Home
While these are FAQs, you may have other questions more specific to your circumstances. Feel free to contact us anytime—we're here to help you however we can.