Proudly offering a continuum of care to our residents.
We’re not to be confused with a CCRC community, as we are not a buy-in company. Our continuum of care is in place to allow for our residents to move through different levels of care as their medical needs or financial circumstances change. This allows residents a smooth transition through all phases of senior care – from independent living to assisted living to long-term care.
Most of our residents begin their stay at The Courville Communities in our Assisted Living setting. Though we do provide higher acuity care than found in many assisted living centers, care needs do sometimes result in a transfer to one of our nursing homes, where a more complex care is provided based on the resident’s needs. Having both care options within our company allows for an easy transition for both the resident and their loved ones.
The same is true in the case of a depletion of funds. Our assisted living centers are private pay only. When a resident is in the spend down phase and an application for Medicaid is looming, we offer priority placement into one of our nursing homes to them, provided space is available. We do ask that we are made aware of the impending depletion of funds at least 6 months in advance so we can begin the process for transfer.
Continuum of care means continuity of care and staying within the Courville Communities ensures the best possible outcomes for health and well being. In addition, moving from one facility to another can be a difficult and stressful procedure. One a resident moves in, they are family. Continuum of care allows the resident and their loved ones/caregivers to know the search is over once they make the decision to move into senior living.