When is the right time to consider a move to Mayfield Oaks?
The best time to consider moving to Mayfield Oaks is before your loved one has something happen that forces them to have to move quickly. Doing research and starting to think about senior living community options before the need arises can help you avoid having to make a move hastily. It also enables you to find the right home for your loved one.
Is my family member a good fit for Mayfield Oaks?
Mayfield Oaks is designed to assist those who require watchful oversight and are in need of frequent, consistent assistance with ADL’s (activities of daily living). We are not able to take residents that need skilled nursing care or who are unable to exit our building with minimal assistance in an emergency situation. Our trained staff can help you to determine if Mayfield Oaks is the right fit for your loved one.
Does Mayfield Oaks provide memory care?
No, unfortunately, we do not have a locked memory care unit. However, we welcome residents with dementia or Alzheimer’s that are not at risk for leaving the building. In fact, our small size can be a good fit for these residents.
Does Mayfield Oaks accept Medicare?
No, we do not accept Medicare. Mayfield Oaks is a private pay senior living home. However, some long-term care insurance plans will cover some costs of assisted living care. We are happy to help you make connections to investigate all options available to you.
Does Mayfield Oaks accept VA Benefits?
We do have have residents that have received VA Benefits. However, you would need to apply and meet the requirements of the Veterans Administration. Actual benefit amount is determined by the VA, based on eligibility. The Veterans Administration can provide you with specific information regarding benefits. Our staff can also provide resources that you may find helpful.
If my health needs change while living at Mayfield Oaks, will I automatically have to move into a skilled nursing facility?
Not necessarily. We will reevaluate a resident’s needs as their condition changes. Often times, we can request home health, physical therapy and even hospice enabling a resident to remain in their home at Mayfield Oaks.