Addressing Concerns About Our Living Facilities
Frequently Asked Questions
We are licensed for 10 residents. Our license includes residents at the supervisory, personal, and directed levels of care.
No. All of our suites are private. The exception would be if a resident and a spouse that does not require any assistance choose to share the same room. In that case the non-care spouse would be on a separate contract for room and board only and would not count as one of our 10 residents but would be welcome to participate in any of the daily activities.
Absolutely. All of our hallways are five feet wide. Interior and exterior doors are a minimum of 36 inches. There are no resident areas with stairs or lips of any kind including our showers. Resident vanities are open underneath for wheelchair accessibility and the toilets are higher than normal making them easier to get on and off of.
Yes. Not only do we have an RN on staff but she lives upstairs in her own separate apartment. Our RN is a certified emergency room nurse with experience working in adult care facilities.
Although there is no doctor on staff, we have arranged for visits from geriatric doctors and a podiatrist to do routine checkups and treatments as needed.
Yes. Each resident bedroom and bathroom has an emergency pull which calls directly to one of the caregivers. In addition to this each resident will have an individual call pendant to wear on their person in case they need to summon help from a location other than in their suite.
Yes. Each bedroom is equipped with a ceiling fan and a thermostat. In addition to this each bathroom has a heater built into the ceiling to maximize comfort when getting out of the shower.
Each suite is a minimum of 285 sq feet. This includes a bedroom of about 12 x 15 feet, a large bathroom with its own stall shower, a huge walk-in closet and in 9 of the 10 suites a private, enclosed patio with a large, private, locked storage unit built in.
Yes. There will be a minimum of two caregivers during the day and one at night who are always awake and available to the residents.
Yes and no. Residents are welcome to bring their own personal furnishing for their bedrooms but if they prefer not to we will furnish the rooms. We include as part of our furnishings a 32” flat screen LCD wall hung TV.
Yes. There will be at least two activities schedules each day. One of these will involve some sort of exercise for the body and the other will focus on exercise for the mind. There will be things to do both indoors and outdoors such as raised bed gardening, golfing on our putting green, or walks on the beautiful walking paths. We also have a nice library, game tables, sewing machines, and computer with internet available to the residents.
Absolutely. There will be scheduled entertainment brought in from the outside and we will find lots of occasions to celebrate at Moonlight Manor.
Yes. We will provide transportation within a 10 mile radius for up to two appointments per month. There will be a charge assessed for additional transportation.
Yes. Our RN will be reviewing and monitoring all of the medications at Moonlight Manor. All medications will be kept in a securely locked medication closet and administered by either the RN or one of the certified caregivers under the direction of the RN.
No. We are a private pay facility. For residents with long term care policies that may cover all or part of the monthly charge either the resident or their representative would need to submit the paid receipt to your insurance carrier for reimbursement.
Guests are welcome to have a meal with the resident, however, we ask that you give us 24 hour notice so that we may be prepared with enough food for the meal. There is no charge for the meal but we respectfully ask that you respect this favor by reasonably limiting such requests. For those wishing to eat here very often, please work out a meal plan with the manager.
The room rent, three home cooked meals a day plus snacks, daily activities, entertainment, and celebrations, transportation for up to two appointments per month, personal laundry service, cleaning of bedrooms and bathrooms, changing of linens, administration/supervision of all medications, use of onsite beauty salon, and best of all…lots of love, attention, and respect.