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Manor Oaks Nursing & Rehabilitation Center is a skilled nursing facility with a homelike and cozy feeling. Manor Oaks says that they treat all its residents like family, no matter if you're there for short-term rehabilitation or long-term care.
Currently, Manor Oaks has a five-star quality rating from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). So, you can feel confident that Manor Oaks’s care, facilities, and amenities are of the highest quality- but it is always smart to compare different nursing homes before making a decision.
What Manor Oaks Offers
- Independent living – Caters to active, healthy adults who prefer to hand off homeownership responsibilities while enjoying their favorite activities. Residents enjoy computer classes, happy hours, birthday parties, holiday parties, gardening, exercise classes, poker games, and more.
- Assisted living – Perfect for residents who need help with basic daily living tasks. Also offered are a beauty salon, housekeeping, and three delicious meals per day.
- Skilled nursing – For residents with permanent health issues and diagnoses that need long-term care. The nursing home section tries to make its atmosphere cozy and like home and less like a hospital.
- Physical rehabilitation – Appropriate for residents who recently had a fall or joint replacement. Short-term stays with skilled physical therapists will create individualized treatment plans according to your needs.
- Respite care – Provided for family members and caregivers who need a rest from caring for their loved ones. Manor Oaks offers a homelike atmosphere with chef-prepared meals, social activities, and lovely accommodations.
You or your loved one will love Manor Oaks Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. So, contact them today to schedule a visit and learn more.
As you are thinking about a nursing care or independent living facility for the next part of your life, have you thought about estate planning and long-term care? Estate planning and asset protection can make it possible to pay for your monthly living costs while preserving your estate.
Find out more below about asset protection and estate planning.
Florida Medicaid Planning & Estate Planning Lawyers
Florida-based Elder Needs Law specializes in estate planning, Medicaid planning, and Probate administration. Our estate planning lawyers have the skills to help you plan for the next stage of your life while preserving as much of your estate as possible.
We can provide legal advice to shield your assets from creditors, lawsuits, probate, and other threats that drain your estate.
Consult with our attorneys to:
- Protect your savings and investments from the cost of long-term care.
- Help pay for home health care, ALF care, or nursing home care.
- Avoid probate litigation that can drain your estate
- Ensure you have enough life insurance to protect your estate
- Avoid Probate
Remember, you can’t start estate planning too soon if you are at or near retirement. If you wait until it’s too late, you might lose a lot of money to the government and others. Unfortunately, too many Americans don’t do any estate planning, draining their savings and investments to pay for home care, ALF care, and nursing home care.
Elder Needs Law can help you preserve your assets – that you worked for so many years. At the same time, we can help you afford the retirement facility you want to call home.
Elder Needs Law Services
Many families with sizable estates engage in Medicaid planning to ensure they are accepted into the program. But how to qualify for Medicaid without losing most of what you own?
It’s important to remember that you do not need to spend down your estate to qualify for long-term care or skilled nursing care under Medicaid if you obtain the right guidance beforehand.. Unfortunately, many older Americans have an unfounded fear of losing their home in this situation. Or, they may give away assets because they think they’ll be lost when they enter long-term care facilities.
Elder Needs Law specializes in protecting your assets as much as legally possible. So, even if you and your partner need to be in a nursing home eventually, our knowledgeable Medicaid planning and estate planning attorneys know how to protect your assets without affecting your eligibility for Medicaid.
Medicare does not cover nursing home care. Medicare will pay for the first 20 days of a rehabilitation-related stay, but a co-pay is required for days 21 through 100.
Another essential part of estate planning for Medicaid is the 60-month look-back period to transfer assets. If you transfer money or property to someone besides your spouse in those 60 months, you may not be eligible for Medicaid.
So, speaking to Elder Needs Law is vital to devising an effective Medicaid strategy if you need long-term care within five years OR desire to plan in advance
Comprehensive Estate Planning
Our estate planning lawyers also can assist with:
- Powers of attorney
- Advanced Directives to physicians
Call Us Today to Speak With a Florida Estate Planning & Asset Protection Attorney
The attorneys at Elder Needs Law will help you plan for the next stage of life. Having an estate plan in place will ensure you have the funds you need to meet your needs today while preserving your estate.
Contact us today to schedule your consultation.