Since 1983, Continental Manor has been a trusted source when individuals or families require a little extra help for a short period of time. Our respite care program is typically utilized to give the caregiver a break or when they are unavailable. It is also an opportunity to try long term care for future living arrangements. These stays range from a few days to a month or longer.
Our more advanced skilled nursing services include hospice respite and general in-patient stays. Our staff is trained on how to care for someone during their final days. As a team, we work closely with area hospice organizations to meet your needs. Respite care allows a family caregiver to get a break from their duties. If your loved one is eligible for Medicare or Medicaid, his or her hospice care might be covered. Your loved one must meet the requirements and a doctor and the hospice medical director must certify that your loved one is terminally ill and has 6 months or less to live.
Read more about Medicaid Hospice Benefits
Our admissions team is available to assist with any questions.
Our recent expansion has opened up more private rooms. These rooms are very large, with ample space to accommodate some furniture. A private bathroom is in each room.
Below is a link to some brief information about respite care and
how to go about choosing this as a means of helping a caregiver.
Contact us to schedule a visit and learn more!
Call 937-783-4949 or click here to go to our contact us page
Is respite care covered by Medicare and Medicaid?
Yes, however there are many variables that can be different for each person. Both government agencies have policies that offer coverage if you meet their eligibility requirements. Our staff can guide you through these questions and provide the details you need.
What is Respite Care?
Respite care typically refers to a short-term stay at a senior community or nursing home. Respite care is a great living option for an elderly or disabled person who needs some day-to-day supportive services, but still desires social stimulation, engagement and activities.
Why do caregivers decline or feel reluctant to receive respite care?
There are several reasons why families decline respite care. Some of the most common things said by families include:
Please reach out to our team for assistance. We are here to help guide you and a local resource to relieve some of your burden.