Assisted Living at The Inn at Cypress Cove

What is included in the monthly fee at The Inn?

Assistance with all activities of daily living (ADLs) including cueing, bathing, dressing, grooming, ambulation, and transferring. In addition, medication management and administration by a Licensed Nurse is included in your monthly fee at The Inn.

Our comprehensive fee also includes Cypress Cove’s renowned cuisine featuring three restaurant quality meals served daily, snacks, housekeeping, linen services, maintenance, cable TV, Wi-Fi, activities, and transportation to physician appointments.

What is not included in the monthly fee?

Personal care items such as toiletries, incontinence and medical supplies, salon and spa services, personal laundry, and medications, which are submitted to Medicare and/or supplemental insurance. Individual phone service is available for an additional fee.

What types of insurance are accepted at The Inn?

The Inn accepts most Long-term Care Insurance and Veterans’ Aid and Attendance benefits. We would be happy to provide you with a review of your LTC policy.

What types of insurance are accepted at The Inn?

The Inn accepts most Long-term Care Insurance and Veterans’ Aid and Attendance benefits. We would be happy to provide you with a review of your LTC policy.

What types of activities do you offer on a monthly basis?

All of the activities and programs at The Inn are created and supervised by our full-time Activity Coordinator. The Inn features a person-centered care model which means all activities are specifically designed around the needs and interests of our current residents.

What are the staffing ratios at The Inn?

One of the most important considerations when choosing a care facility for your loved one is the number of care providers for each resident. The Inn provides industry-leading staffing ratios, including an on-site licensed nurses 24 hour a day, 7 days a week.

What size are the units at The Inn?

The Inn features 44 private residences, all with a separate living room, bedroom, and private bathroom with walk-in shower. All of our units are 500 square feet and feature high ceilings, plantation shutters, and an expansive walk-in closet.

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What is your monthly fee?

The inclusive monthly fee is $6,510 ($217 per day) and includes assistance with all activities of daily living (ADLs) and medication administration and management by a Licensed Nurse. Three restaurant quality meals daily, nutritious snacks, housekeeping, maintenance, linen services, cable TV, and Wi-Fi are also included in the monthly fee.

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Do you allow Pets?

Yes, The Inn is pet friendly. Dogs and cats are permitted with restrictions. Please inquire for additional details.

Do the units have land lines?

Yes, landlines are available at The Inn at the resident’s expense.

Do you offer respite stays at The Inn?

No, we do offer short term respite care at The Inn.

Do you allow couples and/or dual occupancy?

Yes, we offer dual occupancy at The Inn. All of our units at The Inn feature their own living room and separate bedroom with private bathrooms.

Will private pay residents at The Inn have access to rehabilitation services at The Mead Therapy Center and The Lodge?

Yes, private pay residents at The Inn have access to physical, speech, and occupational therapy at The Mead Therapy Center with a physicians’ order. Residents at The Inn have priority access to The Lodge however, only Lifecare members have guaranteed access.

What type of medical services do you offer?

We offer the latest technology and telemedicine by our on-site Medical Director. The Inn has a full-time, on-site Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) and access to specialty physicians including a Podiatrist, Psychiatrist, and Dermatologist.

Does The Inn have a Wait List? Is a deposit required?

Yes, there is a 100% refundable deposit of $3,000 required to join the wait list at The Inn. Often, we have units available for immediate occupancy however, at times the wait for admission may be several months. We recommend that you plan ahead if you are considering placement for a loved one.

What types of dining options are provided at The Inn?

Residents at The Inn enjoy the same renowned cuisine featured at our other restaurants on Cypress Coves’ campus. We feature daily specials, “anytime” dining options, and an extensive alternative menu. We can accommodate most dietary restrictions and special diets. And, friends and family are always welcome to join us for meals, holidays, and special events.

Do you allow visitors? Overnight guests?

Yes, we allow visitors at The Inn 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Overnight stays are permitted at The Inn.

Families are encouraged to join us for regularly scheduled activities, meals, monthly “Friends and Family Events,” quarterly family meetings, educational seminars, or just a quiet visit in one our beautifully appointed parlors or family rooms.

When is the best time to seek placement for a loved one in an Assisted Living Facility?

While every situation is different, there are several reasons why caregivers seek placement for a loved one in a specifically designed Assisted Living Facility like The Inn including:

  • Socialization and/or the ability to engage in activities
  • Isolation, depression, and/or anxiety
  • Changing sleep patterns and/or lack of sleep
  • Financial implications of 24/7 home care
  • Caregiver burnout:” The end of my rope is frayed!”
  • Hospitalization and/or rehab stay
  • Physician and/or healthcare professional recommendation
  • Death of a spouse or caregiver

Whatever the reason, we understand that the decision to seek placement for a loved one in a Assisted Living Facility is an incredibly difficult and stressful experience. We strive to provide support not only to the residents entrusted in our care but also the family caregivers who truly become a part of our extended “Cypress Cove Family.”

Why is it important to plan ahead? How do you avoid a crisis?

Ideally, the best time to seek placement for your loved one is when you are under the least amount of pressure, and your loved one can still engage and benefit from their new environment. We strongly recommend that you plan ahead if you are considering placement for a loved one. The following are a few other recommendations:

  • Do your research. Ask for recommendations and/or referrals from professionals in the community, such as your physician, social worker, and/or the local support organizations.
  • Review state surveys available at http://ahca.myflorida.com/ and www.medicare.gov
  • Plan to visit at least 2-3 communities, even if you have a favorite.
  • Schedule a tour in advance and allow plenty of time for questions. We do not mind if you have to cancel, even at the last minute!
  • Determine in advance if it is best to bring your loved one along.
What if my loved ones’ needs change?

While we operate under both a Standard Assisted Living and Extended Congregate Care (ECC) license at The Inn, there are times when a resident’s care needs exceed our regulations including if the resident requires skilled nursing care or rehabilitation services.

We do offer Hospice services at The Inn which may allow residents who might not otherwise meet the Florida State requirements to remain in our care. Please contact the Healthcare Marketing Specialist for additional details regarding these regulations.

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