Frequently Asked Questions

We know many older adults and their families have questions about assisted living and memory care services and Stoney Point Meadows. Below are some of our most frequently asked questions and answers. Don’t see your question here? Please reach out to us for more information. Call today or schedule a tour of Assisted Living or Memory Care to learn more.

Tours & Moving

Category: Assisted Living
Considering Assisted Living: Checklist
  1. When is it time to start thinking about assisted living? What kind of issues would occur that signal it could be time to move to a community that serves older adults?
  2. What are your needs (or a loved one’s needs)? What types of services would be the best fit?
  3. Are you or a loved one having trouble cooking meals or driving to medical appointments?
  4. Is it easy to socialize—or is that prevented by the inability to drive?
  5. What is the cost of the services at assisted living communities? What is the monthly budget for you or a family member?
Category: Assisted Living

Some of our residents in assisted living simply require general oversight and reminders while others need various levels of care and assistance. We can assist our residents with all of their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as showering, dressing, grooming, medication administration and even dining. Each resident has an individualized plan of care that is regularly is updated to meet evolving needs.

 

Preparing for Assisted Living

Category: Assisted Living

Considering Assisted Living: Checklist

  1. When is it time to start thinking about assisted living? What kind of issues would occur that signal it could be time to move to a community that serves older adults?
  2. What are your needs (or a loved one’s needs)? What types of services would be the best fit?
  3. Are you or a loved one having trouble cooking meals or driving to medical appointments?
  4. Is it easy to socialize—or is that prevented by the inability to drive?
  5. What is the cost of the services at assisted living communities? What is the monthly budget for you or a family member?
Category: Assisted Living

Some of our residents in assisted living simply require general oversight and reminders while others need various levels of care and assistance. We can assist our residents with all of their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as showering, dressing, grooming, medication administration and even dining. Each resident has an individualized plan of care that is regularly is updated to meet evolving needs.

 

Financials & Costs

Category: Assisted Living

Considering Assisted Living: Checklist

  1. When is it time to start thinking about assisted living? What kind of issues would occur that signal it could be time to move to a community that serves older adults?
  2. What are your needs (or a loved one’s needs)? What types of services would be the best fit?
  3. Are you or a loved one having trouble cooking meals or driving to medical appointments?
  4. Is it easy to socialize—or is that prevented by the inability to drive?
  5. What is the cost of the services at assisted living communities? What is the monthly budget for you or a family member?
Category: Assisted Living

Some of our residents in assisted living simply require general oversight and reminders while others need various levels of care and assistance. We can assist our residents with all of their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as showering, dressing, grooming, medication administration and even dining. Each resident has an individualized plan of care that is regularly is updated to meet evolving needs.

 

Care Options

Category: Assisted Living

Considering Assisted Living: Checklist

  1. When is it time to start thinking about assisted living? What kind of issues would occur that signal it could be time to move to a community that serves older adults?
  2. What are your needs (or a loved one’s needs)? What types of services would be the best fit?
  3. Are you or a loved one having trouble cooking meals or driving to medical appointments?
  4. Is it easy to socialize—or is that prevented by the inability to drive?
  5. What is the cost of the services at assisted living communities? What is the monthly budget for you or a family member?
Category: Assisted Living

Some of our residents in assisted living simply require general oversight and reminders while others need various levels of care and assistance. We can assist our residents with all of their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as showering, dressing, grooming, medication administration and even dining. Each resident has an individualized plan of care that is regularly is updated to meet evolving needs.

 

Services & Features

Category: Assisted Living

Considering Assisted Living: Checklist

  1. When is it time to start thinking about assisted living? What kind of issues would occur that signal it could be time to move to a community that serves older adults?
  2. What are your needs (or a loved one’s needs)? What types of services would be the best fit?
  3. Are you or a loved one having trouble cooking meals or driving to medical appointments?
  4. Is it easy to socialize—or is that prevented by the inability to drive?
  5. What is the cost of the services at assisted living communities? What is the monthly budget for you or a family member?
Category: Assisted Living

Some of our residents in assisted living simply require general oversight and reminders while others need various levels of care and assistance. We can assist our residents with all of their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as showering, dressing, grooming, medication administration and even dining. Each resident has an individualized plan of care that is regularly is updated to meet evolving needs.

 

Suites & Apartments

Category: Assisted Living

Considering Assisted Living: Checklist

  1. When is it time to start thinking about assisted living? What kind of issues would occur that signal it could be time to move to a community that serves older adults?
  2. What are your needs (or a loved one’s needs)? What types of services would be the best fit?
  3. Are you or a loved one having trouble cooking meals or driving to medical appointments?
  4. Is it easy to socialize—or is that prevented by the inability to drive?
  5. What is the cost of the services at assisted living communities? What is the monthly budget for you or a family member?
Category: Assisted Living

Some of our residents in assisted living simply require general oversight and reminders while others need various levels of care and assistance. We can assist our residents with all of their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as showering, dressing, grooming, medication administration and even dining. Each resident has an individualized plan of care that is regularly is updated to meet evolving needs.

 

Independent Living

Category: Assisted Living

Considering Assisted Living: Checklist

  1. When is it time to start thinking about assisted living? What kind of issues would occur that signal it could be time to move to a community that serves older adults?
  2. What are your needs (or a loved one’s needs)? What types of services would be the best fit?
  3. Are you or a loved one having trouble cooking meals or driving to medical appointments?
  4. Is it easy to socialize—or is that prevented by the inability to drive?
  5. What is the cost of the services at assisted living communities? What is the monthly budget for you or a family member?
Category: Assisted Living

Some of our residents in assisted living simply require general oversight and reminders while others need various levels of care and assistance. We can assist our residents with all of their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as showering, dressing, grooming, medication administration and even dining. Each resident has an individualized plan of care that is regularly is updated to meet evolving needs.

 

Assisted Living

Category: Assisted Living

Considering Assisted Living: Checklist

  1. When is it time to start thinking about assisted living? What kind of issues would occur that signal it could be time to move to a community that serves older adults?
  2. What are your needs (or a loved one’s needs)? What types of services would be the best fit?
  3. Are you or a loved one having trouble cooking meals or driving to medical appointments?
  4. Is it easy to socialize—or is that prevented by the inability to drive?
  5. What is the cost of the services at assisted living communities? What is the monthly budget for you or a family member?
Category: Assisted Living

Some of our residents in assisted living simply require general oversight and reminders while others need various levels of care and assistance. We can assist our residents with all of their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as showering, dressing, grooming, medication administration and even dining. Each resident has an individualized plan of care that is regularly is updated to meet evolving needs.

 

Doctors

Category: Assisted Living

Considering Assisted Living: Checklist

  1. When is it time to start thinking about assisted living? What kind of issues would occur that signal it could be time to move to a community that serves older adults?
  2. What are your needs (or a loved one’s needs)? What types of services would be the best fit?
  3. Are you or a loved one having trouble cooking meals or driving to medical appointments?
  4. Is it easy to socialize—or is that prevented by the inability to drive?
  5. What is the cost of the services at assisted living communities? What is the monthly budget for you or a family member?
Category: Assisted Living

Some of our residents in assisted living simply require general oversight and reminders while others need various levels of care and assistance. We can assist our residents with all of their Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) such as showering, dressing, grooming, medication administration and even dining. Each resident has an individualized plan of care that is regularly is updated to meet evolving needs.

 

Decisions about moving to a memory care facility or caring for a loved one can be difficult to navigate. You are not alone in the process – at Stoney Point Meadows, we are here to help. To learn more, please contact Jill at Jill.OldhamRyder@cassialife.org

Stoney Point Meadows provides senior independent living, assisted living and memory care in a wellness-focused community setting. With exceptional service and care, seniors experience a superior quality of life. Our memory care for those with dementia, Alzheimer’s and related conditions supports individuals and is centered on ability and connection. Stoney Point Meadows is located in Cedar Rapids, and convenient to Covington, Fairfax, Hiawatha and Marion, Iowa.