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  King George VI, Elizabeth his wife, and Sir Winston Churchill.  

Q: Do I need to have a lot of money to live at Victoria Home?
A: No. Victoria Home accepts both Medicare, Medicaid and self-pay.

Q: Do I have to be British to get into Victoria Home?
A: No. Victoria Home was originally founded by a British
organization nearly 100 years ago, however today, the Home accepts people of all nationalities, races and religions.

Q: When I am ready to be discharged from the hospital, do I have
to go to one of the Nursing Homes on the hospital’s “list”, or can
I choose one of my own?

A: You may go to any home or facility of your choice. Victoria Home does not need to be on the hospital discharge planners “list”. Simply ask them to send us a “PRI” to get the process started.

Q: If a room is not available at Victoria Home when I am ready, may I transfer to Victoria Home later?
A: Yes, you may transfer to Victoria Home from your home, the hospital, or even from another nursing home if a room wasn’t available when you first needed it.

Q: Am I responsible for paying for my loved one?
A: No, when a Resident’s funds run out, Victoria Home will assist with Medicaid/Medicare applications.

Q: What kind of food does Victoria Home provide? Does everyone eat in the main dining room?
A: Victoria Home provides three home cooked meals per day as well as a wide variety of special diets as ordered by Medical staff.
We also serve in-between meal snacks and nourishments.
We have three areas where Residents eat according to the
level of assistance they need

.Q: How many Nurses are available for Residents?
A: The amount of Nurses and CNAs (Certified Nurses Aides) varies with each shift.
Day 7 am – 3 pm 3 Nurses, 7 CNAs
Evening 3 pm – 11 pm 2 Nurses, 6 CNAs
Nights 11 pm –7 am 1 Nurse, 6 CNAs

Q: What kind of therapy is provided at Victoria Home?
A: Victoria Home provides physical, occupational and speech therapy.

Q: How many Nursing Stations are at Victoria Home?
A: There is one Nursing Station located on the first floor
at Victoria Home.

Q: Can I bring my own furniture to Victoria Home?
A: Yes, anything that can fit safely in the room, and make your room comfortable for you is welcome.

Q: Do you provide any extra services for Residents?
A: We provide a laundry and housekeeping service for each resident at no extra cost. Each Resident has a laundry bag and laundry is done daily. We also offer a hair salon service. We have a salon area set up in the Home, and a certified hair dresser comes in twice a week. The Hairdresser charges you directly for the service.

Q: Are there activities at Victoria Home?
A: There are daily activities here at Victoria Home for all Residents. We also provide special activities for Residents with cognitive impairment and dementia.



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