FAQ

We know that you have questions about us and are careful in deciding where to place your loved one or yourself. Here are some questions and answers that will help you know more about Beehive Homes and how we can be your home away from home.

Q: Do we take smokers?
A: Yes, but smoking is not allowed in the facility. Arrangements can be made to smoke outside, though.

Q: Do we take people who can’t walk?
A: Yes, in a level 1 home, if they can transfer themselves, or, in a level 2 home, if one person can transfer them.

Q: Do we have a nurse on staff?
A: No, but if nursing services are needed, a doctor can order home health to come into the home.

Q: Do we serve diabetic meals?
A: Yes. We can accomodate

Q: Do we allow pets?
A: Maybe. Appropriately sized animals are permitted as long as the resident can manage the pet’s needs independently. The pet must be cleared by a veterinarian and the administrator.

Q: Do we take bed-ridden patients?
A: No.

Q: Do we have an activities program?
A: Yes. Daily activities are offered – catered to the resident’s needs and abilities.

Q: Do we have church activities?
A: Yes

Q: Do we take couples?
A: Yes

Q: Can residents bring their own furniture?
A: Yes. We encourage the familiarity

Q: Do we have cable TV?
A: Yes. Included in monthly rent.

Q: Can residents leave overnight?
A: Yes.

Q: Do we take wheelchair patients?
A: Yes.

Q: Do we take incontinent patients?
A: Yes.

Q: Do we take Alzheimer residents?
A: Yes – as long as they are not a serious wander risk or present a risk of serious harm to themselves or others.

Q: Do we provide day/respite care?
A: Yes.

Q: Do we take blind or deaf residents?
A: Yes.

Q: What do I do if I have an inquiry?
A: Call any of the numbers listed.