FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do you have to require medical assistance to move in?
Our community will support seniors that are completely independent, as well. We are an ideal setting for individuals who are looking for maintenance-free lifestyle with lots of activities to engage and increased socialization.
What kind of nursing supervision will you provide?
The community will provide 24- hour nursing supervision.
Will you offer a variety in apartment sizes?
Lexington Place offers a variety of apartment styles and sizes to fit your particular needs. Floor plan options include studio apartments and one and two bedroom apartments. All apartments have private bathrooms with walk-in closets and kitchenettes, plus other comfortable amenities.
Are the apartments furnished or do I bring my own furniture?
All of our apartments are unfurnished so our residents have an empty canvas in which to create their new home the way they like it. We encourage our resident to personalize their apartment with family pictures, etc.
Will you allow pets?
Lexington Place is a Pet-Friendly community. We welcome small pets, up to 20lbs. It’s important that all pets are current on their vaccinations and their owners must be able to care for them. We can offer pet care services, if needed, for an extra cost.
Can I bring my car?
Yes, parking will be available for any residents who would like to bring their car.
I smoke, is that a problem?
Smoking will not be permitted inside the community, but a designated smoking area outside will be available to accommodate smokers.
Will you accept any financial assistance programs?
Lexington Place is a private pay community. Programs like the VA’s Aid and Attendance Pension benefit program and various types of Long-Term Care Insurance Policies help many seniors with the cost of Senior Living communities.
I am a veteran, is there financial assistance available for me?
Potentially, a veteran or a surviving spouse of a veteran may be eligible for the VA Aid and Attendance Program. More information on this program can be found at http://www.benefits.va.gov/pension/aid_attendance_housebound.asp
Will there be transportation to and from medical appointments?
Lexington Place will provide transportation services on a weekly basis for shopping, medical appointments and many other locations within a 10 mile radius. With advanced notice, special arrangements can be made to accommodate other destinations.
Is this a buy-in community?
Lexington Place in not a “Buy-In” community. We only require a one-time community fee at time of move-in. Otherwise, we are a month-to-month rental community and the rent is due on the 1st of each month.
Will I have to sign a long lease?
Lexington Place is a month-to-month rental community. The Executive Director will meet with you to review and sign a Residency Agreement which only requires a written 30- day notice to vacate the community.
How will my loved one be assessed for care needs?
Lexington Place is a person-centered approach community, which means, our Wellness Director will complete a thorough personal assessment for each resident to determine the services they need in order to provide the care our residents require and deserve. An individualized service plan will be developed to ensure all care needs are met on a daily basis with the resident’s needs and preferences in mind.
How often can I visit my loved one?
Lexington Place is your loved one’s home. We encourage you to visit as often as you can, any time of the night or day, of course you may want to ask your loved one about that! Regular visits by family and friends lets your loved one know you care about them and it helps them adjust to their new home. We encourage families to develop relationships with the Lexington Place team members, as well.
What is a Senior Living Community?
Lexington Place offers a safe and secure environment where seniors can live an independent lifestyle but also receive support with daily activities, such as, bathing, dressing, medication management, Memory Care support and more. Our Senior Living Community also provides attractive, comfortable and spacious home-like apartments, as well as an active and social environment where seniors meet other seniors with similar likes and interests.
How is your community different from a nursing home?
Lexington Place does not provide advanced, round-the-clock medical care. Nursing homes are designed to assist individuals who have health conditions that require constant monitoring and round-the-clock availability of medical personnel.