Choosing an Assisted Living facility can be difficult, however, there are a few ways to make this selection process easier. One way is to establish whether a facility has chosen to be licensed or not licensed.
What is the difference and what will it mean to you? The State of Indiana does not require a retirement facility to have an Assisted Living License. Those who choose to be licensed must obtain Residential Licensure and be subject to strict regulation. A licensed facility must also successfully pass yearly inspections by the Department of Health.
Grace Village has held a Residential License since we began providing Assisted Living for over 30 years. We know that our residents deserve the services that are afforded to them by a licensed building. Being licensed means that we have a professional staff available 24-hours per day that can communicate with physicians, take orders, and administer medications. Furthermore, our certified Dietician reviews all menus to assure all meals served are prepared to special dietary needs.
For those with long-term care insurance, this licensure may allow a resident to be partially reimburse for living in Assisted Living.
A plan of care will be written for each resident upon admission. Our licensed staff will work with the resident and their physician to assure each resident receives assistance designed specifically for their needs.
|Studio Apartment (288 square feet.)||VIEW PDF|
|One Bedroom Suite (472 square feet.)||VIEW PDF|
|Deluxe One Bedroom Apartment (528 square feet.)||VIEW PDF|