We understand that considering assisted living is an important undertaking, and we want you to be well informed about your options. To be sure that you’re confident about your decision, we invite you to check out the helpful resources below.

Planning Ahead

Understandably, the financial aspect of assisted living can weigh on you and your family. Yet, we know from experience that many of our residents have been able to plan effectively and find assistance when needed. The documents we’ve listed here are a great place to start.

You’re also welcome to contact us with any questions you might have about our rates and policies.

Speak with our in hour financial planner.

Sean McKeever,

The Easiest Decisions are Informed Decisions

When it comes to choosing an assisted living community, visiting and assessing each one can be quite the whirlwind. Download and review the checklists we’ve provided for you below. Perhaps, print and take them with you when touring. Either way, you’ll be able to make a decision based on a range of factors, including:

  • Assisted Living Environment
  • Physical Features of the Assisted Living Community
  • Needs Assessments, Residency Agreements, Assisted Living Costs & Finances
  • Medication & Health Care
  • Assisted Living Community Services & Amenities
  • Individual Assisted Living Apartment Features
  • Social & Recreational Activities
  • Assisted Living Food Service
  • Additional Questions on Assisted Living

Download the following checklists below:

Assistance for Those Who Have Served

Thank you for your service. Wartime veterans or a surviving spouse may be eligible to receive a special monthly pension to aid in the cost of assisted living.

How to Apply for Health Care Benefits

Find out how to apply for VA health care benefits as a Veteran or Service member. https://www.vets.gov/health-care/apply/

About VA Health Care Coverage

If you qualify for VA health care, you’ll receive coverage for the services you need to help you get—and stay—healthy. Learn more about your health care benefits. https://www.vets.gov/health-care/about-va-health-care/

Benefits, Eligibility & Income

According to U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, if all requirements are met, the Department of Veterans Affairs determines eligibility for the Aid and Attendance benefit by adjusting for un-reimbursed medical expenses from the veteran’s or surviving spouse’s total household income. If the remaining income amount falls below the annual income threshold for the Aid and Attendance benefit, VA pays the difference between the claimant’s household income and the Aid and Attendance threshold.

To more information on qualifications and your potential benefits please see the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs website:

  • https://benefits.va.gov/benefits/

More Information & Assistance

You may call the Department of Veterans Affairs at: 1-800-827-1000

You can also find more information and apply online at: www.va.gov

Your local veteran’s service organization should also be able to help you out with the process.

Resident Information