FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

    How is the care paid for and what is the cost?
  • Serenity Assisted Care Living charges a basic monthly fee for semi-private and private rooms. There is no community charge or administrative charge, however, there will be an additional level of care assessment charge for patients diagnosed with dementia. Serenity Assisted Care Living provides options for patients requiring assistance with feeding, and two aids for transferring. Private pay, Insurance and the Veteran’s Affairs (VA) pay the partial or (sometimes) full cost for Veterans. Spouses are eligible to receive partial assistance.
    What professionals are on staff and what are their qualifications?
  • Our staff consists of a registered nurse (RN), LVN, and Medication Aids on staff, along with well-trained, certified nurse aides and home attendants. Home health and hospice nurses are also on call 24-hours a day, seven days a week to answer any questions.
    What type of care does Serenity provide?
  • Serenity Home Assisted Care Living provides 24-hour personal care for the residents and assistance with their ADLS (grooming, bathing and feeding with nursing assistance for medication-planning and administration, and vital sign taking and recordation.
    Is Serenity Home Assisted Care Living well designed for resident needs?
  • Yes. Serenity Assisted Care is designed to meet all of our residents’ needs. Sprinkler systems are installed throughout each home, as well as a 24-hour monitored alarmed service, smoke detectors, heat detectors, and generators. Safety and personal care is our first priority.