frequently asked questions:
Question: How do I know if it is the right time for a senior living community?
Answer: If you or your loved one is an adult who can no longer maintain a totally independent lifestyle but does not need the intensive level of care associated with nursing homes and still want to live a full, enriching life, a senior living community may be the right choice for you or them.
Question: What if I am Independent, but my spouse or loved one needs Senior Living Care?
Answer: What sets The Village at Willow Lane apart from other senior living communities in the area is our commitment to supporting couples in their goal to age in place together. We have the ability to accommodate two separate levels of care in the same room.
You and your spouse can pick out one of our large rooms or kitchenette suites and receive two levels of care in the same room. You can maintain your independence and know that your spouse can receive the extra care that they need without being asked to live separately. This is your home, you shouldn’t have to pay more to stay together.
Question: I'm caring for my loved one, but something has come up and now I need someone to take care of him/her while I am unavailable. Can The Village at Willow Lane help?
Answer: Yes! Our short-term respite stays are perfect when family members are away on a vacation or business trip or require a short break from caring for the senior in their life. Short-term stays are also an option for seniors needing extra assistance after a hospital visit or during an illness. Many of our permanent residents also begin their residency with us by evaluating our community through Short-term Respite Stays. It’s a wonderful way for your loved one to receive quality care in a comfortable and pleasant environment, surrounded by many opportunities to participate in activities and make new friends.
Question: Is Veteran's Assistance available?
Answer: Veteran's Assistance may be available for veterans that reside in our senior living community and/or their surviving spouses. To qualify, a resident must have been honorably discharged, or served 90 days on active-duty with at least one of those days served during wartime. For more information feel free to contact our Admissions Director at 610-421-8100.
Question: Does Medicare pay for Senior Living Services?
Answer: No, Medicare does not pay for Senior Living Services. However, Long Term Care insurance policies are becoming more popular and include Senior Services options.
Question: What Should Be My First Step If I'm Interested in Learning More?
To learn more, contact our community at 610-421-8100 or click here.
Our Admissions Director can provide you more detailed information about availability, services, and rates. They will also schedule a time for you to visit and experience the community first hand. You can even enjoy a meal or special event on your visit.