Assisted Living FAQ
Transparency and open communication are a priority at Aunt Mona’s Care Home. Read through our senior care FAQ and let us know if you have additional questions.
What is a Residential Care Home?
A residential care home provides long-term assisted living care in a residential setting rather than in an institutionalized assisted living or skilled nursing facility. A residential care home may also be referred to as a board and care home.
Are you licensed?
Absolutely! Aunt Mona’s is licensed by the State of California for up to six ambulatory and non-ambulatory residents. In addition, while our license allows for the care of a host of medical conditions, it also provides for the special needs of dementia, alzheimer, and hospice residents. License #198203584
Is there a doctor or nurse on duty?
Aunt Mona’s serves as an alternative to institutionalized Assisted Living or Skilled Nursing facilities. Our caregivers are well-trained and certified, and we have access to doctors, physician’s assistants, and nurses as needed.
What services do you provide?
In addition to the many amenities and special touches that we provide, primary services include:
- 24-hour care and supervision
- Three healthy, home-cooked meals per day, plus snacks
- Medication management
- Assistance with daily hygiene, dressing, and grooming
- Coordination with nurses, therapists, medical equipment, and home health aides
- Transportation arrangements for doctor and other appointments
- Activities and entertainment
- Housekeeping, laundry, and mail service
- Utilities, phone, internet, and cable
- And more! (link more to page with amenities)
Do you provide memory care?
Yes. We provide long-term care for seniors with a variety of medical concerns, including dementia / Alzheimer’s disease.
Do you offer respite care?
Yes. We do offer short-term respite care, subject to space availability.
Do you handle hospice care?
Yes. Our compassionate caregivers are experienced handling hospice care and end of life.
Do you allow pets?
No. For the comfort and safety of all residents, we cannot accept pets.
What forms of payment do you accept ?
We accept private pay and long-term care insurance. No Medicaid.
Do your caregivers live on site?
No. Our caregivers work in shifts so that we can provide 24-hour awake and alert care and supervision.
What client families are saying
My mom is doing very well here. The location is convenient, the food is very good, and the staff are so nice and kind. We couldn’t be happier knowing she is in a safe environment and getting good care.
Daughter of a resident