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Dover, DE

Get Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Senior Living

Do you embrace cultural diversity?
What makes Presbyterian Senior Living Communities different?
What happens if you are with us longer than your resources last?
How do you handle refunds when residents leave the community?
Are pets permitted?
Is there a minimum age for residency?
Is smoking permitted?
May an overnight guest visit?
Can I have DIRECTV® or other satellite dish service in Independent Living?
Are residents in the cottages permitted to have a garden?
What kind of heat is in the Independent Living cottages and apartments?
As a resident of Westminster Village, what kind of insurance should I have to protect my personal possessions? Renter’s Insurance? What about other insurances?
Are there additional costs/fees other than the monthly fees, cost to move in and telephone bill? Any hidden fees similar to condo or maintenance fees?
Is full payment of the residency investment fee required at the time of move in or can it be done in payments?
Should I have Long Term Care Insurance to move to Westminster Village?
Can I upgrade my appliances, carpet, fixtures, etc.? Can I have my unit painted a different color? Can I add a sunroom, screened porch or cover my deck? If yes, must I contract for the work myself or would it be done through Westminster Village?
Can I purchase housekeeping and maintenance services apart from or in addition to my monthly plan?
Once a deposit has been made and I am placed on the waiting list, am I allowed to turn down a home that becomes available? Is there a limit to the number of times I can turn down a home without losing my deposit?
Do you permit hunting weapons or heirloom firearms?
Are criminal background checks conducted?
Do I have to be a member of Westminster Village to be considered for admission to the Assisted Living residence?
How do you assess my ongoing needs?
Must I be Presbyterian or a member of a Presbyterian Church to be accepted for admission?
What makes Presbyterian Senior Living Communities different?
Do you embrace cultural diversity?
How do you handle refunds when residents leave the community?
Must I be Presbyterian or a member of a Presbyterian Church to be accepted for admission?
What makes Presbyterian Senior Living Communities different?
Do you embrace cultural diversity?
Can I upgrade my appliances, carpet, fixtures, etc.? Can I have my unit painted a different color? Can I add a sunroom, screened porch or cover my deck? If yes, must I contract for the work myself or would it be done through Glen Meadows?
Are criminal background checks conducted?
Do you permit hunting and/or heirloom firearms?
Are there additional costs/fees other than the monthly fees, cost to move in and telephone bill? Any hidden fees similar to condo or maintenance fees?
Is full payment of the residency entrance fee required at the time of move in or can it be done in payments? Is financing available?
Once a deposit has been made and I am placed on the waiting list, am I allowed to turn down a home that becomes available? Is there a limit to the number of times I can turn down a home without losing my priority on the waiting list?
Do I have to be a resident of Westminster Village to be considered for admission to the Assisted Living residence?
Are pets permitted?
Is smoking permitted?
Must I be Presbyterian or a member of a Presbyterian Church to be accepted for admission?
Are you reasonably priced?
Is there a waiting list?
What makes Presbyterian Senior Living Communities different?
Do you embrace cultural diversity?
Regarding Assisted Living, does Medicare cover some of the cost?
What happens if you are with us longer than your resources last?
How many skilled nursing residents can Westminster Village accommodate?
Must I be Presbyterian or a member of a Presbyterian Church to be accepted for admission?
How do I pay for Westminster Village’s skilled nursing care?
Is smoking permitted?
Visiting my loved one at a long-term care center is difficult. How can I make it more enjoyable and fulfilling for both of us?
What happens if you are with us longer than your resources last?