Assisted Living Frequently Asked Questions
What is assisted living?
Assisted living is a residential living option for individuals who typically can no longer live independently. These state-regulated and monitored facilities provide or coordinate services to meet your individualized needs in ways that promote your independence and reflect your personal life. Assisted living facilities also coordinate services to meet your unscheduled needs as they arise.
What assisted living options are available at Felician Village?
The Court, a Residential Care Apartment Complex (RCAC), is a 48-apartment building with 24-hour care. Residents have their own apartment but need help with some activities of daily living or may need medication management/administration.
The Villa, a Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF), also has 24-hour care and includes 32 rooms, 16 of which are in a secure household for residents with early- to mid-stage dementia. The other 16 rooms are for those with multiple medical conditions who generally need more help with activities of daily living.
How will I know which option I may need?
After you make the decision to live at Felician Village, the assisted living registered nurse will complete an assessment to determine which facility best meets your needs. During this assessment, we discuss what services you and your family would like provided. This information is then used to develop your individualized service plan.
How will my family be involved?
At The Court and The Villa, family support is highly encouraged. Families can visit when it is convenient for them and you. You and your family can be reassured that our caregivers will call your family if we see a sudden change in your condition or notice something out of the ordinary. Family members can accompany you to physician appointments, take you out shopping or for entertainment.