What is a Residiential Care Facility?
Residential Care Facilities are for the person who does not need a regular nursing home, but does need assistance in one or more of the following areas:
- Assistance with personal care
- Assistance with medications
- Preparation of hot nutritious meals
- Transportation to doctor or dental appointments
- Assistance with laundry
Who Qualifies to Live in Residential Care Facilities?
- Residents must be able to negotiate a path to safety.
- No elderly person refused for inability to pay, or with regards to race, creed, religion, sex, or color.
- 24 hour protective oversight
- 3 nutritious home cooked meals daily
- Registered Nurse on call
- Laundry services included in basic rate
- Safe home-like environment
- Recreation room with exercise equipment, television and card tables
- Assistance with personal care and hygiene by trained personal care aides
- Medications distributed by trained personnel
- Transportation to doctor, dental, and other appointments is available if needed - small fees for out of town appointments
- Sunday services provided by local churches
- Central security system for resident safety
- Central fire alarm system with 24 hour monitoring
- Free cable television available in all resident rooms
- Free wireless internet available
- Central heating and air conditioning
- Rehabilitation services provided through home health agency if physician ordered
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- Weekly crafts
- Library Services provided by Daniel Boone Regional Library monthly
Semi Private and Private rooms available - Call (573) 687-3012 for Rates.
- Basic rates starting as low as $1,500 per month
- Private rooms starting as low as $1,900 per month
- Medicaid and Cash Grant assistance is available to those who qualify
- We accept elderly people regardless of race, creed, or color
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