We have your answers about traditional assisted living and assisted living memory care.

When it comes to senior living, families often have a lot of questions. While we’ve answered many of the most common questions about assisted living and memory care here, our Marketing Director can assist you in identifying the most appropriate living situation for your loved one. We hope you’ll reach out with any questions. We’re always happy to help.

Q. What is traditional assisted living?

A. At Linda Manor Assisted Living, our traditional assisted living community offers seniors a caring, supportive lifestyle with three daily meals; a full calendar of activities; the privacy of a monthly rental studio or apartment; weekly housekeeping and personal laundry; and assistance with activities of daily living and medication management.

Q. What is Life Enrichment Memory Care?

A. Linda Manor’s Life Enrichment Memory Care is a specialized assisted living neighborhood for individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia. Our secure Life Enrichment Memory Care neighborhood provides a nurturing environment for residents with earlier stages of dementia or memory loss. 

Q. What is habilitation?

A. Habilitation is an approach to Alzheimer’s and dementia care that involves joining the individual in their reality to promote positive experiences and self-esteem. At Linda Manor, our entire staff is educated in the habilitation philosophy to enhance interactions with all of our residents.

Q. My loved one was recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Does this mean they need memory care?

A. There are many considerations in deciding the best living situation for someone with memory impairment, including disease progression and potential safety concerns. Even with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease, some individuals thrive with the support of assisted living. For others, a secure environment that focuses on daily engagement is a more enriching setting. We work with families to determine the best option for their loved one’s personal situation.

Q. What if my loved one’s needs change?

A. Linda Manor Assisted Living residents receive priority admission to Linda Manor Extended Care, both for skilled nursing and for advanced Alzheimer’s and dementia care and subject to availability.

Q. Can I have my own health aide?

A. Assistance with activities of daily living and medication management are covered by Linda Manor Assisted Living’s all-inclusive monthly fee. However, if you choose or if care needs exceed covered services, you may have your own health aide at your own expense.

Q. Can I keep my same doctor?

A. Yes, you can continue to see your own physician and other medical professionals. Our staff can arrange transportation to appointments and, if necessary, go with you.

Q. How can I get to appointments?

A. We offer local, scheduled transportation to appointments. Please contact reception to schedule transportation and let us know if you need someone to accompany you to the appointment.

Q. Is there a place I can entertain family and friends?

A. Our entire community has common areas and inviting outdoor spaces where residents can visit with family and friends. Linda Manor Assisted Living also has a private dining room that can be reserved for family occasions.

Q. Is this a buy-in or monthly rental? How is the fee calculated?

A. Linda Manor Assisted Living is an all-inclusive monthly fee community with no entrance fee.

Q. What does all-inclusive mean?

A. No matter how much attention is needed, one all-inclusive monthly fee takes care of all covered assisted living services, housing, and three daily meals. Additional costs include telephone, cable, guest meals, and any specialty services.

Q. Why should I choose a not-for-profit community?

A. As a not-for-profit community, our focus is on reinvesting in our people, our programs, our services, and our facilities to achieve exceptional outcomes for our residents.