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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Listed Below:

1) Why choose a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC)?
2) Can I enter Goodwill Retirement Community at any level of care?
3) Do I need to be Mennonite to enter Goodwill's community?

4) Is there financial assistance available?
5) What are the age requirements?
6) Will I Be Able to Bring My Pet?
7) What steps do I need to take if I am interested
in becoming a resident of Goodwill Retirement Community?

Family Visits with a Resident1) Why choose a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC)? The goal of a CCRC is to allow residents to “age in place”. If illness or injury occurs, the necessary health care services required will be available ideally within the community and the person will not have to move elsewhere to obtain the care they need. The facility provides a “continuum of care” that people need as they age through one service provider or campus. Choosing a CCRC gives opportunity for an individual or couple to plan their living arrangement carefully and early so they can direct their own future.

2) Can I enter Goodwill Retirement Community at any level of care? Yes, Goodwill is a fee-for-service community, which allows a resident to enter at any level and pay only for the services they receive.

3) Do I need to be Mennonite to enter Goodwill's community? No, we welcome people of all beliefs. Our mission is to provide the best possible care in the most caring and ethical manner regardless of race, color, creed, national origin or gender.

4) Is there financial assistance available?
Medicare and Medicaid are both accepted as payment in the Nursing Home for eligible residents. Currently, there is no financial assistance available for the residents of Assisted Living at Goodwill or for the Retirement Village.

5) What are the age requirements? There are no age restrictions for Assisted Living and the Nursing Home. For admission to the Retirement Village, applicant(s) must be at
least 55 years of age.

6) Will I Be Able to Bring My Pet? Dogs, cats, birds and fish are permitted in our Retirement Village. Birds and fish are permitted in Assisted Living. The Nursing Home participates in a Pet Therapy Program and welcomes the visitation of registered pets.

7) What steps do I need to take if I am interested in becoming a resident of Goodwill Retirement Community?

  1. Schedule a meeting with the Admission Representative
    and a tour of the campus.
  2. Complete an application for the appropriate level of care.
    (No application fee for Nursing Home and Assisted Living.)
  3. Wait for an available cottage, apartment or bed.
  4. Work closely with Admission Representative to gather
    required Insurance, Advance Directive, Financial and
    Medical information.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Listed Above:

1) Why choose a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC)?

2) Can I enter Goodwill Retirement Community at any level of care?
3) Do I need to be Mennonite to enter Goodwill's community?

4) Is there financial assistance available?
5) What are the age requirements?
6) Will I Be Able to Bring My Pet?
7) What steps do I need to take if I am interested
in becoming a resident of Goodwill Retirement Community?


 
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