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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost?

Because everyone is unique in their needs, we offer price ranges based on your level of Care. This level is determined by a AHCA Form 1823(available on this site) that is completed by your Physician and tells us specifically about the areas in which you need assistance including with Bathing, Toileting, Dressing, Ambulation, Transfers, Medications, etc. Give us a call and we can help determine your range.

Do you take Medicaid?

Yes we are credentialed with all Area 6 (Tampa) providers including: Sunshine, Simply, Humana and United Health Care.

Where do I start?

Call us and we can point you in the right direction. We have decades of experience helping families qualify for Medicaid, Veterans Benefits and various other Long Term Care Programs.

Should I be looking for a Large or a Small Facility?

There are advantages to both Large and Small Facilities. As a 24 bed facility, we offer the level of detail and communication found in smaller facilities, while still being able to offer the unique activities and staffing of a large facility.

What kind of rooms do you offer?

We have both Private and Semi-private rooms. But our philosophy differs in that we believe its healthier to stay out of your room during the day; engaged in activities and with your friends. Check out the rooms, they are spacious and comfortable with large bathrooms, walk in showers, on demand water heaters and an emergency pull cord system.

Do you offer Memory Care?

Yes, but again our approach is unique. We use rfid wrist bands to allow those residents with Memory impairment to roam and interact but still have the ability to restrict access away from certain areas and rooms. This automated oversight allows those residents to feel included and part of the family without compromising the needs of the other residents.

Helpful Senior Resources

  • A non-profit membership organization of persons 50 and older devoted to addressing their needs and interests.

  • Responsible for the administration of the Medicaid program, for the licensure and regulation of health facilities and for providing information to Floridians about the quality of the health care they receive in Florida.

  • Alzheimer’s Association

    A volunteer based health organization offering care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer’s and related dementias.

  • A national, non-profit, non-partisan education and advocacy organization that works to ensure fair access to Medicare and to quality health care. This advocacy group focuses on the needs of Medicare beneficiaries, people with chronic conditions, and those in need of long term care.

  • A federal agency that administers the Medicare program and works in partnership with state governments to administer Medicaid, the State Children's Health Insurance Program(SCHIP), and health insurance portability standards.

  • Disability Rights Florida

    The designated protection and advocacy system for individuals with disabilities in the State of Florida.

  • Download Forms, Get copies of Veteran Records. A Good starting place for seeking VA Benefits.

  • A hotline for information about the resources and activities that are available to Florida’s senior residents. This helpline provides direct access to names and numbers of agencies and organizations that can immediately assist or facilitate long-term assistance.

  • Provides free legal advice and brief services by telephone to eligible Florida residents age 60 and older for civil (not criminal) legal problems.

  • A health information site of AHCA that offers information to Florida consumers for medical resources, including a facility search and compare feature.

  • Central intake and referral point for all reports of abuse, neglect, or exploitation of children, disabled adults, and the elderly.

  • Statewide association representing mission-driven providers of quality elder care services and housing. Representing and promoting the common interests of continuing care retirement communities, assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and affordable supportive housing members through advocacy, education, leadership development and share services to enhance their ability to serve older or disabled adults.

  • Professional organization representing the owners and operators of assisted living communities.

  • The Florida Bar Referral service has specialty low-fee panels for the elderly, and those eligible may qualify for a free 30 minute initial consultation. The Florida Bar also offers directories for Pro Bono/Legal Aid services available in Florida

  • Primary state agency responsible for administering human services programs to benefit Florida’s elder population.

  • The state agency charged with promoting and protecting the health and safety of all Floridians and responsible for licensing Florida healthcare professionals.

  • Advocacy organization for long-term care providers and the elderly residents they serve.

  • Organization developed to improve the quality of life and work in elder care settings in Florida through creating environments that support elders and those closest to them through a culture that is life-affirming, satisfying, humane and meaningful.

  • This is a website which allows consumer to compare the 150 most commonly prescribed medications and search for thier best price as reported monthly by the pharmacies. It has already been set to Hillsborough County, Tampa.

  • This is a nonprofit corporation, founded in 1983 for the improvement of guardianship services, dedicated to promoting the protection, dignity, and value of incapacitated persons through ethics, advocacy, and the dissemination of information.

  • Federally-funded organization that provides support, technical assistance and training to the 53 State Long-Term Care Ombudsman Programs and their statewide networks of almost 600 regional (local) programs.
    National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care
    (Click on “State Ombudsmen” to search for Ombudsman Programs in all 50 states)
    A national nonprofit organization of consumers and advocates who define and achieve quality for people with long-term care needs.

  • This group advocates before the courts, Congress and federal agencies to promote the independence and well-being of low-income elderly and disabled Americans.

  • This website is provided by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and it lists detailed information about every Medicare and Medicaid-certified nursing home in the country.

  • National group formed in 1997 by a small group of prominent professionals in long-term care to advocate for person-directed care. They seek to improve the quality of life and work in elder care settings in Florida through creating environments that support elders and those closest to them through a culture that is life-affirming, satisfying, humane and meaningful.

  • Federal department with the mission of helping elderly individuals maintain their dignity and independence in their homes and communities through comprehensive, coordinated and cost effective systems of long-term care and livable communities across the U.S.

  • This is an independent, nonpartisan agency that works for Congress by investigating how the federal government spends taxpayer dollars.