Resources & FAQs
What is Assisted Living?
Assisted living provides each person with just the right amount of care to allow him or her to maintain their independence—all within the comforts of home. Assisted living provides a personalized alternative for seniors who need more assistance in their lives, but do not require the full-time attention associated with costly nursing or home care.
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What services and amenities do you provide?
HarborChase offers residents a variety of floor plan accommodations to meet your needs, including studios and one-bedrooms. Our residents have access to an extensive array of health care services 24 hours a day, and we can provide access to additional care services, such as Extended Care, Respite, Hospice and Home Health Care.
Activities of daily living
Three nutritious meals served daily in the dining room
Social, educational and devotional services
Leisure and recreational activity program
Local scheduled transportation
Some utilities (varies by community)
Housekeeping and personal laundry services
Maintenance of building and grounds
Harbor Memory Care program for residents with Alzheimer’s
Do you have nurses on staff?
Although assisted living regulations vary from state to state, HarborChase chooses to have licensed personnel, including trained supervisors, certified nurses’ assistants and personal care assistants, in the community 24 hours a day.
Can I live in assisted living if I have a wheelchair or walker?
Yes. Higher quality assisted living communities seek to allow residents to remain in the independent assisted living setting as long as possible. Unless you have an unusual circumstance, which should be discussed with the Executive Director, we accept and encourage people who need assistance with ambulation to live with us at HarborChase.
What are HarborChase’s visiting hours?
When you live at HarborChase, it is no different than living at home—you and your guests are free to come and go as you please. The only exception relates to those residents with memory impairments; their access is limited for their own protection.
Do you have a house physician?
Residents may continue to see their own physicians just as they did before moving into our communities. We arrange for or provide transportation to and from their local doctor with family companion service as needed.
Do I have to give notice if I decide to move out?
Yes, we ask that you give us a 30-day notice, as you would with any living accommodation.
Do I have to sign a lease?
Our communities offer month-to-month leases and accommodate short- term respite stays.
May I bring my own furnishings to my apartment?
Absolutely. This is your home and you should have all the comforts and furnishings to which you are accustomed. HarborChase residents enjoy decorating their own apartments and entrances to add their own unique personality to their homes.