How do I know if a retirement community is right for my parent or loved one?
If any of these questions are relevant to you or your loved one, now is a great time to explore a Hearth Community.
How can I determine if my parent or loved one can afford a Retirement Community?
At a Hearth Premier Senior Living Community we offer a monthly rental option. So to help you determine affordability, first consider all of the fees that your parent or loved one may be currently paying. This could include Property Tax, Home Owners Insurance, Subdivision or Association Fees, Utilities, Lawn Care and Snow Removal. In addition, Hearth Senior Living is proud to offer a variety of funding solutions for seniors and their families seeking finance options.Close
How is pricing structured within your communities?
In our communities, we offer several apartment floor plans and their monthly fee is contingent on the apartment sizeClose
chosenand level of care needed for your loved one to live safely with the services they need.
Does Medicare pay for Assisted Living and Memory Care?
No. All Hearth Senior Living communities are private pay. However, certain long-term care policies cover assisted living rent and care. Check with your insurance carrier for coverage options. In addition, Hearth Senior Living is proud to offer a variety of funding solutions for seniors and their families seeking finance options.Close
Am I contractually bound to sign a year’s lease at a Hearth Senior Living Community?
No. You may move out at any time with a proper written notice.Close
Do you allow pets?
Yes. Pets are allowed in our independent and assisted living communities, some weight restrictions apply.
Pets are not allowed in our memory care communities.Close
Do I need to bring my own furnishings?
Because we want you to feel at home right away, we encourage you to furnish your own apartment.Close
Is smoking allowed?
Smoking is not allowed inside any of our communities. Some communities have designated outside smoking areas.Close
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