Cherry Hill Assisted Living
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In the answers to the questions below, we try to anticipate needs you may have when considering an assisted living facility for yourself or a loved one.
What is the difference between an assisted living facility and a nursing home?
Assisted living providers furnish a place to live, meals, and assistance with daily activities such as dressing, bathing, eating, and managing medications.
People living in an assisted living facility generally have less complicated medical problems than people living in nursing homes.
Assisted living facilities tend to have a less institutional look than nursing homes.
How much does it cost?
Cost can vary by facility, based on services offered and the environment that they maintain. At Cherry Hill, your loved one can receive 24-hour care for less than $8/hour.
How do I pay for care?
Assisted living services are private pay. This means that Medicare and insurance do not pay for care at an assisted living. Some facilities do accept a limited number of Medicaid waiver residents.
What’s included in the cost at Cherry Hill?
- Assistance with Activities of Daily Living provided by a caring staff
- Medication administration by Licensed Medication Technicians
- 3 home-cooked meals plus snacks everyday
- Laundry services
- Direct TV hookup in every room
- Landline phones in-house and the option to have own personal phone
- Housekeeping services
- Daily Activities calendar
Do you have a waiting list?
We have a 24 bed facility but many times we have an opening. Ask us.
Is there an activity calendar?
Yes, we have each month planned with activities such as chess, book club, etc. We usually plan a trip once a month to visit an attraction in the county.
Can I call to check on my family member?
We have an open door policy; family members can visit at any time.
Residents may choose to have a private phone on their room or use the facility phones at any time.
We would love to host you at our facility; schedule your visit today!
Licensed by the Office of Health Care Quality (OHCQ) Assisted Living Department