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Hillcrest Millard is located at 13225 Westwood Lane, Omaha, NE / Nebraska 68144. The assisted living facility service is rated for 3 seniors.
Hillcrest Millard is assisted living service for seniors. If you need help with your daily activities (ADLs), assisted living facilities are special facilities are what offer the medium service between independent living communities and nursing homes.
Hillcrest Millard offers assisted living and senior care in Douglas .
Hillcrest Millard facility service is for 3 seniors.
This service is described as Skilled Nursing
Seniors and older adults in an assisted living facility like Hillcrest Millard usually need help with some basic daily needs. Assisted living facilities offer services like Independent Living, Personalized Assisted Living, and Memory Care for Alzheimer’s and Rehabilitation, Dementia, and Skilled Nursing. You will also receive assisted care with medication, mobility, meal preparation, eating, bathing, dressing and housekeeping. You can also find offers like Continuing Care Retirement Communities where residents can live without moving if they need nursing care. Most of the facilities are providing rehabilitation, fitness, educational programming for seniors, and health services to seniors.
In general assisted living facilities like Hillcrest Millard require private pay in most cases. The assisted living is usually not covered by Medicare and Medicaid, exceptions can be met. What is the average price for assisted living and who pays for assisted living facilities are the general questions.
One-bedroom unit in an assisted living facility like Hillcrest Millard is $3,500, according to Cost of Care Survey by Genworth Financial Inc. That's $42,000 per year for the basic program.
The pay for Assisted Living is in about $2,000 - $5,000 monthly. Some people that their insurance will pay. But it's important to know that Medicare will not pay your assisted living.
Independent living range of costs depends from subsidized housing if we talk about low-income seniors or CCRCs covering options for long-term Independent living care. In US, the average par month cost of independent living ranges is in about $1,500 to $3,500.
Hillcrest Millard supports residents in Douglas and the close by areas. Hillcrest Millard facility service is for 3 seniors. If you need more specific services like skilled nursing you should look for larger facilities like ……(larger) with a wider range of services.
If you have a loved one that you would like to get good care, steer clear of this place! They are clearly putting care a distant 2nd (if even that) from profit. My mother in-law spent 4 days there recently. On the last night she fell and was on the floor bleeding for who knows how long. Hillcrest called one of her daughters(my sister in-law, though they had the phone numbers ALL of the sisters including my wife.) She had to be taken to the hospital by an ambulance. While my sister in-laws were tending to their mother at the hospital, my wife went to Hillcrest to remove my mother in-law's clothes and possessions out of the facility. Not ONE staff member confronted her as she made 3 trips from the room to her car removing the articles. After 2 nights in the hospital she was transferred to Brookstone where we know she's getting well taken care of. Here it is 5 days later and NOT ONE CALL or follow up from Hillcrest!! NOT ONE call to apologize for the incident. NOT ONE call to ask how my mother in-law is feeling? NOT ONE call to explain how someone could drive up and remove the belongings from a room without question or notice. NOT ONE call to explain why on two occasions my mother had to wait 12 and another time 30 minutes for someone to come to take her to the bathroom! Another time she was handed the call button and told to buzz it when she needed assistance off the toilet. She buzzed it and when they didn't arrive after 15 minutes, she had to lift herself off while trying to steady herself with her walker. I guess when Priority 1 is profit (even changing guests $3 for a small dish of ice cream that Brookstone gives away for free), why should we be surprised when our loved one left Hillcrest in a worse condition than she arrived in.