Long or short-term care, rehabilitation and skilled nursing services include the following:
- Personalized Care Plan
- Professional caring staff
- Three nutritious meals daily served restaurant style with flexible menu options and between meal snacks
- Licensed Nurses on staff 24/7
- Restorative Therapy program
- On-site Physical and Occupational Therapy*
- Ongoing medication management & health monitoring
- Medical, Dental, Podiatry, & Audiology services* available through on-site clinic
- Personal Care Assistance
- Transportation services*
- Daily programs, events & outings*
- Full time Chaplain on staff
- Chapel and worship services
*Additional fees may apply for some services
Bethany Home accepts private insurance, long term care insurance, Medicare and Medicaid and is a VA Certified facility. For more information on Bethany Home Long-Term Healthcare, contact Maggie Hancock at (785) 227-2334 ext. 140 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An application for admission to Independent Living, Assisted Living and/or the long-term care center must be completed and returned to Bethany Home, accompanied by a $35.00 per person non-refundable check. The applicant is encouraged to have a personal meeting and/or tour of the facilities. The Admissions Committee will review the application, with priority placement according to level of need or in order of the date on the application.
An admission fee will be charged at the time of admission to assisted living or long-term care to cover costs for individual record and room preparation. Bethany Home’s admission fee varies depending on the resident’s payment source.
Once accepted for admission to assisted living or long-term care, residents and/or their families may request a face to face meeting prior to the admission date. Payments for room, board and personal care begin on the date of admission and are payable one month in advance. The payment period runs on a calendar month.
Should the resident be discharged and return to the facility within 12 months, this fee will not be charged again. If the resident is discharged and returns to the facility after 12 months, an admission fee will apply. Admission fees will not be charged due to a change in the resident’s level of care. For example: A resident moving from assisted living to long-term healthcare will not be charged another admission fee.