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Life stage living decisions are not always easy and information is key to making quality choices whether for ourselves, parents, grandparents or any loved one. The following are frequently asked questions about our facility, checkin process, daily life, financials, etc. You can click on the tabs below to see the answers to each question.
What types of resources do you offer?
We have a doctor that comes to us as well as his nurses, we have home health agencies, nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, wound care. Podiatry comes to us. Dental hygienist comes to us.
What are visitation hours for family?
We are open 24/7 and our visitation hours are from 9am – 9pm.
Why is Harvest Senior Living a SAFE place for a loved one to live?
We have awake staff 24/7. We offer 1 caregiver per 3 resident ratio and we also have motion sensor alerts plus call buttons.
What is the process of admitting a loved one to Harvest Senior Living?
First you will take a tour of our facilities. Then, we do a resident appraisal at our facility, or at an offsite location, with your loved one. Next, we will request a physicians report. Lastly, we complete the initial intake paperwork and schedule a move in date for your loved one.
What types of activities are offered to residents?
At our facility, we offer games, music, art, gardening, and much more. We also take our residents on regular outings. Some of the outings include local museums, aquariums, fair time, pumpkin patches, zoo, art studio, park and lakes picnics, activities in senior center, exercise daily, gardening, petting zoo, hair nail salon. There is always an upcoming event on the calendar that everyone is looking forward to.
What are the meals like?
We plan the menu a month in advance and love the participation of the residents when doing so.
If someone requests more information about your Home what do you deliver?
We will send you brochures that talk about our facility and the caregivers. You can call or email us anytime and we will personally review your questions or concerns.