Memory Care FAQs

FAQs About Memory Care

1. How Much Does Memory Care Cost?

The costs associated with Memory Care can vary but are, ultimately, based upon the type and features of the apartment and the amount of services needed by a specific resident.

At Generations Senior Living, our monthly fees cover rent, our Signature Dining service, utilities, housekeeping, personal care and many other services and amenities. There may be additional charges for items such as transportation, guest meals, personal laundry, etc.
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2. How Do People Pay For Memory Care?

Most residents and families pay for Memory Care with income from social security and pensions coupled with the use of savings, including the proceeds from selling a home. Long Term Care Insurance is more and more widely used to offset the cost of Memory Care. Some consumers convert life insurance policies to a loan, and others have family members who help pay a share of the monthly cost.

It’s important to note that Medicare, other health insurance plans, and HMOs will not typically cover memory care services. There is a specific program for veterans that may be an option called the Veterans’ Aid and Attendance Benefit.

If your resources are limited, it’s worth checking out Financial assistance programs to see what options are available. Because the vast majority of residents pay privately and every Memory Care community is different, you are encouraged to speak with someone at our Quail Park community to learn more about the payment options the specific residence accepts.
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3. What is Included at Generations Senior Living?

Most times, the basic monthly fee covers what is necessary for your loved one to live securely and comfortably. This includes an apartment or living space, housekeeping and laundry services. We also include many other services and amenities. If you have any questions, please contact us.

4. Does Memory Care Cover Medical Services or Prescription Costs?

In the state of Florida, assisted living and memory care communities cannot provide any medical or skilled nursing services but Generations Senior Living care providers have relationships with local medical professionals who can provide care conveniently onsite, such as Temporary Agency Skilled Nursing (VNAs), Podiatry, and Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapies.

Unless community staff is an appropriately skilled professional, he or she is not allowed to administer medications to residents, but can assist with self-administration of medications.

5. Are All Memory Care Communities the Same?

No, every community is unique and different and reflects the residents and quality staff. We take the stance that if our mother needed care, no question, Generations Senior Living is where she would go. At Quail Park, our Residential Care Facility for the Elderly provides both care and supervision to its residents with love and compassion. This includes help with activities of day-to-day living, observation, reassessment, and when appropriate, postural supports. Our state-of-the-art facility provides a safe and secure environment for our residents.

6. Does Generations Senior Living have Programs for Seniors With Alzheimer’s or Dementia?

Yes. Please visit our Alzheimer’s Care and Dementia Care page for more information.

7. Can My Loved One Bring Their own Furnishings and Decorations?

Yes. Typically the resident fully furnishes their own residence.

8. What Kinds of Activities Do You Have?

We have physical activities as well as more relaxing community social events. Be sure to check out our calendar to see a sample of activities.

9. Is Someone Available to Help Plan Our Move In?

Yes, Contact Us and we can put you in touch with the right person.
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