- Nurses on Staff
- Complimentary Transportation
- Pets Allowed
- No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
- No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
- Hospice Available
I looked at this home. i thought it was a nice place. The staff were interacting with residents. I saw a woman getting her hair curled. This home seems better than their other location.
Exceeded My Expectations
They did fine they exceeded my expectations. My mom was only here a short time before she died, so I don't have a whole lot of experience with them but, what I do know is that they were great.
taking really good care of my mother
They are taking really good care of my mother at Milky Way Guest Home. She is in assisted living there. She was in and out of the hospital all the time and it is nice to have her at a place where she can receive the care that she needs. The registered nurse they have there is the owner and she knows her stuff, takes care of moms medication, and really does a great job all the way around. They have been very efficient and very helpful. She has a nice room all to herself, and the whole facility is very nice. I would highly recommend them to anybody.
Nice Old Home
It was an older home. It was nice. It was just way too far and there was no freeway for me to get there. The owner was very nice. She owns another home with the same name.
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Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (RCFE) serve persons 60 and older. They provide room, board, housekeeping, supervision, and personal care assistance with basic activities like personal hygiene, dressing, eating, and walking. Facilities usually centrally store and distribute medications for residents to self-administer.
This level of care and supervision is for people who are unable to live by themselves but who do not need 24 hour nursing care. They are considered non-medical facilities and are not required to have nurses, certified nursing assistants or doctors on staff. Other terms used to refer to this level of care are assisted living facilities, board and care homes, rest homes and that component of Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRCs) that provide personal care and supervision.
Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly or Assisted Living Facilities must meet care and safety standards set by the State and are licensed and inspected by the Department of Social Services, Community Care Licensing (CCL).