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Brookhaven AL, RCFE: Medicare accepted Assisted living

Are you searching for eldercare and senior living for your aging parents? Maybe you're wondering if there's Medicare accepted assisted living. At Brookhaven AL, RCFE, we know helping one's parents move out of their life-long home is an emotional experience for everyone. If you're looking for an assisted living facility because you want to find loving eldercare for your parents, then consider the facility, staff, amenities, activities, and medical services offered by Brookhaven AL. 

We offer Medicare accepted assisted living, and we can help you navigate assisted living costs. Medicare covers 100 percent of the first 20 days in our Medicare accepted assisted living facility and 80 percent of the costs up to 100 days. There's a three-night minimum for inpatient hospitalization.

Eldercare and Rehabilitation Services

You might be looking for eldercare and assisted living short-term because of health issues or accidents. In that case, our Medicare accepted assisted living can help. But it's important to make sure that your parents qualify. We here to work with you to ensure that you understand what the coverage pays for and what costs you need to take care of if any. When you're searching for assisted living and eldercare, make sure to talk to the doctor to determine the next best step for your loved one. 

At Brookhaven, we offer physical therapy, skilled nursing assistants, and hospice eldercare. We also offer long-term independent living. Maybe you're searching for senior care in an apartment-like setting. On the other hand, you could be looking for an assisted living arrangement that offers a

community and new friendships to enjoy as well as eldercare.

Medicare Accepted Assisted Living

It's no secret that assisted living costs are a concern. Brookhaven offers plenty of options for short-term and long-term eldercare. We're a Medicare accepted assisted living community. If your parent needs inpatient eldercare and hospice, our skilled nursing facility qualifies for Part A, hospital insurance. We'll look into Part B, medical insurance to help cover things such as doctors and other medical services and the necessary supplies that aren't covered by Part A. The Medicare Advantage, Part C, Medicare Advantage is an option if we're on the list of provider organizations. And Part D, prescription drug coverage, is an excellent way to cover prescribed medications.

What Is Senior Living Like in an Assisted Living Facility?

People think of different things when they hear the term senior living. If you're searching for eldercare, then you're likely looking for senior living that includes at least some assistance. Regular senior apartments feature more conveniences than standard apartments from fewer stairs, sit-in bathtubs, and no yard work, while assisted living communities are senior apartments with expanded services. 

Residents typically have an apartment with a full kitchen to cook and eat when they want to, but they also have the option of having someone else take care of meal preparation—and the cleanup. The great thing about assisted living is that it offers a resort-style way of life. Residents can join book clubs and participate in other activities, making it a fun place to call home. But unlike living at home, our senior housing provides 24/7 emergency care.

Is Assisted Living the Best Choice?

Senior living means that residents get assistance with daily hygiene, shopping, cooking, and cleaning. Assisted living also helps in monitoring their medication. Brookhaven AL staff treat residents like part of the family, with care and respect. Whether a resident needs occasional assistance or daily help keeping track of and administering their medication, hospice or Medicare accepted assisted living Brookhaven AL staff will be there to offer support.

If you're searching for eldercare, get in touch with Brookhaven AL to make an appointment, and let's get acquainted.

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