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What is Supportive Living ?

A Supportive Living Facility is an alternative to nursing home care for people who are 65 years and older who wish to pay privately or require assistance with Medicaid. The Department of Healthcare and Family Services has obtained a waiver to allow payment for services that are not typically covered by Medicaid. Also for older people who want to live independently and need some help with daily activities but do not need constant care.

Residents older can live independently in an apartment and can take part in decision making. This allows them to make choices, have dignity and privacy while still getting the care they need. The services that are offered are laundry, personal care, homemaking, recreation, social and health activities, transportation, housekeeping, and 3 meals a day, emergency call system and 24-hour staff to meet resident’s needs.

Foxes Grove has CNA’s at the facility 24 hours a day and has nurses from 6 AM to 10 PM. Residents will also enjoy luxury amenities like a beauty parlor, free cable television, daily activities and more!