Frequently Asked Questions
What is an Assisted Living Facility?
An Assisted Living Facilities (ALFs) is a residential care facilitiy that provides housing and assistance with daily living accomodations like; meals, personal care, help with medications, social and special activities, and supportive services to older persons and disabled adults who are unable to live independently. ALFs are home-like living environments that are regulated in a manner as to encourage self care, dignity, and individuality for residents, while providing assurance for their safety and welfare.
Here are some more frequently asked question and answers to them.
Q. How do you choose an ALF?
A. You and your family may want to visit and tour several facilities to compare. We suggest that you speak to the staff at each location. This will help you see where you feel most comfortable and choose the one that best serves your needs.
Q. Who would benefit from an ALF?
A. Adults, eighteen years of age or older who;
• Are no longer able to live independently in their own home or apartment.
• Need assistance or supervision when eating, walking, grooming or with medication.
• Need routine, simple nursing services but not 24-hour nursing services
Q. How much does it cost?
A. Generally, the cost of living at an ALF varies greatly depending on the location, residential unit size, amenities, and services provided by the facility. Although the majority of residents living in ALFs pay privately, there are programs designed to assist with assisted living residency for those who qualify.
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At Kona Gardens we embrace the philosophy that excellent living is best achieved when people are active and living life with vitality. We believe that personalized care helps our residents to flourish and thrive