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Q: How long is the application process?
- As quick as you need it to be. Depending on when you need us, we can respond very quickly!
Q: What do I need with me to bring to Seacrest?
- We will give you a handy list telling you the appropriate amount of clothing and personal items.
- Personal toiletries
- Medications -- our house pharmacy can arrange for your medications and bill directly to your insurance company.
- Personalize your accommodations with your own furnishings and mementos if you choose, otherwise we'll take care of everything for you.
- Bringing a touch of home is always a great idea -- family mementos, pictures, afghans, decorative lamps, -- whatever you'd like.
Q: When are the meals served?
- Two seating's are offered for all meals. Dining at other times can be arranged by appointment.
- We will suit your personal meal preferences, and room service available. Dining is offer in our ocean front dining salon, and also available in "the bridge," our dramatic third floor environment for those with special needs.
- Family and friend dining is available by arrangement.
- Dietary preferences are accommodated as well as ethnic and religious considerations.
Q: What if I exhaust my financial resources while at Seacrest?
- State assistance is available for qualified candidates. We make no guarantees for approval to this program but we will assist you with the application process. VA benefits are also available for those who qualify to offset the cost of care. Seacrest accepts payments from long term insurance companies directly.
Q: Are beauty services available?
- A fully equipped beauty salon is available at Seacrest with services offered several times a week. Families can pay for these services in advance.
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Q: Is there a charge for social activities?
- All social activities are included in the cost of care.
Q: Are there walking grounds and trails?
- Public sidewalks surround the Seacrest, and are located in a lovely residential neighborhood. There is a walking park adjacent to Seacrest as well, and we are located directly across the street from the beach, while is also accessible to residents.
Q: Can we dine with our loved one at Seacrest?
- Yes, by arrangement. Special family gatherings can also be arranged to celebrate momentous occasions including: birthdays, anniversaries, and other special events.
Q: Are religious services offered at Seacrest?
- A variety of services are available at Seacrest for all denominations.
Q: Are there volunteer opportunities available?
- Volunteers are encouraged to participate in the Seacrest community. Please contact our director of social activities.
Q: Is there security on site?
- The full building is protected by electronic protecting system by secured doors. Additionally, the wander elope system and resident tracking system is in place.
Q: Is there a waiting list?
- Our availability varies day to day but we try our best to accommodate clients.
Q: Are there visiting hours?
- The visiting hours are unrestricted. We encourage families to respect other’s privacy.
Q: What medical services are available on site at Seacrest?
- Both geriatric and behavioral clinicians come to Seacrest on a weekly basis, or more often as needed. Podiatry services are also offered on site. Residents may choose to follow with their own physicians.
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