Frequently asked questions about The Villa.
Q. Do I have to sign a lease?
A. The Villa requires that each Assisted Living resident sign an Admissions Agreement. The agreement is a legally binding contract that outlines the conditions of becoming a resident of our Assisted Living neighborhood.
Q. May I bring my own furnishings to The Villa’s Assisted Living?
A. Of course. We believe that the best way to make your suite feel like home is to fill it with items that are an extension of family, friends and fond memories.
Q. What if my loved one’s care needs increase?
A. The Villa offers a continuum of care, including Memory Support, Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation. Should a resident’s needs change, that resident has priority access to higher levels of care. Our goal is to provide the peace of mind that comes with knowing you won’t have to move your loved one to another setting for Memory Support or Skilled Nursing.
Q. How do you accommodate those living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia to keep them safe?
A. Our Assisted Living residence has a dedicated neighborhood with a keypad entry and exit system for those living with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia used to keep residents safe. Only those with the entry code (or an employee badge) may enter or exit the neighborhood. This system helps protect residents with dementia or memory deficit from wandering into unfamiliar areas.
Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Care
Q. How do we pay for care at The Villa?
A. The Villa accepts private pay, a variety of HMOs, PPOs, Medicare and Medicaid. Our team will help you determine which source or sources of payment are best for you or your loved one. For more information about insurance and other payment options, please call .
Q. Is therapy available 7 days a week?
A. Most rehabilitative services are provided on a regular schedule, Monday to Friday. Dependent upon our patient’s plan of care for treatment, our rehabilitative services are available 7 days a week.
Q. How many hours of therapy do rehabilitation patients receive each day?
A. Each patient’s needs and tolerance levels are different. Our team of rehabilitation therapists work alongside your physician to provide recommendations. On average, short-term patients receive approximately one and a half hours of therapy a day. They may receive up to three hours.