We recommend that you visit the facility prior to admission, to assure both the potential resident and family that Arbors at Milford Assisted Living is the place to choose for your healthcare needs, however, it is not required. We would be happy to schedule a visit for you.
Call us at 513.248.1655, we can start the process! Our Admission Care Transition Coordinator will assist you during every part of the process.
The process is not complicated, and our Admission Care Transition Cordimator would be happy to guide you along. We will do everything we can to make it as simple as possible for you. We can even complete most of it prior to you or your loved ones arrival.
The paperwork you will be asked for would be completed by the primary care physician or attending physician in the hospital. We obtain the medical history, current list of medications and medical notes. If the transition will be from the hospital, our team will get all of that from the hospital to ease the transition for you. If the transition is coming from home, we will work with your physician to obtain all of the necessary medical information.
You will need a photo ID, Social Security card, and if applicable: insurance card, Medicare card, Medicaid card, and Advanced Directives (living will, power of attorney).
A small dorm size refrigerator is what most residents bring with them. Items with heating elements such as microwaves, coffee pots including Keurigs are not allowed, however coffee is always available or a carafe may be kept in individual rooms for hot beverages.
When private pay residents come close to exhausting their own resources, they generally become eligible for Medicaid. Our business office staff will assist you and your family with options and process.
You may be eligible for Medicaid benefits if you meet the eligibility requirements, which varies by state.
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Medicare Part A will only pay for skilled nursing care in a facility certified to participate in the Medicare program, and does not cover assisted living care.
Yes, we have a medication management program. Residents can chose their own pharmacy or use our preferred pharmacy provider. If a resident prefers to use an alternative pharmacy, the resident and pharmacy must comply with certain requirements.
Residents may keep their current physicians or our care team can help them find physicians near our community. Some doctors make regular visits to our community, however a resident is not obligated to use them. We can arrange transportation for residents who need a ride to a doctor’s appointments, additional fees may apply.
No, we do not charge a security deposit, application fee or add additional costs based on level of care.
Medicaid applications may be made with the Department for Medicaid Services. Following this process, it may take up to 45 days for your eligibility to be determined. The process can be easier if you are prepared prior to your meeting. Please bring the following items, as the Medicaid caseworker will request from you:
No both are included in your monthly rate.
Yes, at times. However, you can pre-register. Our admissions office will be happy to assist.
Pets may visit as long as they leashed and up to date on all of their shots. Pets are not allowed in the dining room at anytime.
Smoking is allowed in designated outside smoking areas. Smoking is not allowed inside any area of our campus.
As this is our residents’ home, we welcome family and friends to visit at a time that works best for both them and our residents.
Yes, you may bring your own furniture and our maintenance department will assist you during the move in process.
Yes! At The Arbors at Milford, couples can live together in their own apartment surrounded by familiar belongings.
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