Ask Us

How do I choose Sarah Reed for Short-Term Rehab?

There are several ways to do this. If you have a surgery planned, and anticipate the need for rehab, call us with your surgery date. We will work with the hospital to admit you to our rehab unit based on availability. If you have an unplanned surgery or illness and are hospitalized, simply ask your hospital discharge planner to contact Sarah Reed. It’s that simple!

Is Personal Care and Assisted Living the same thing?

For many years, Pennsylvania did not recognize a distinction between these two types of care and the terms were often interchangeable. Pennsylvania adopted a law making these two distinct types of facilities. However, many people continue to use these terms interchangeably. Sarah Reed Senior Living is a licensed Personal Care Home.

Is there a waiting list? How long is it? How do I get on it?

Yes. Because we have an excellent reputation, we often have a waiting list for long term nursing, our memory support unit, and our apartments with personal care services. Don’t let that stop you from calling us or applying! The list is constantly changing due to changing needs of our current residents, as well as changing needs of those on the list, so the answer to how long it is also is constantly changing! Get on the waiting list by filling out an application. Download, complete, and mail it to us. We will call you when it is reviewed. Or visit the contact page to set up a tour.

How do I pay for my care?

Sarah Reed is an approved provider for Medicare and Medicaid Programs. We also participate with most major insurance plans.

Residential Apartments, Personal Care, and our Memory Support Unit are all private pay and are not covered under Medicare or Medicaid. Some long term care insurance policies may help you pay for this level of care.

In the Nursing facility, Medicare may cover a portion of your stay, depending on your condition, and your need for skilled nursing services.

Medicaid eligibility is determined based on medical and financial qualifications.

How much does it all cost?

Every individual has different needs, so it is difficult to give an exact number. Visit our contact page and call or email us to discuss your needs and we can help determine a price range. As a nonprofit organization, we are committed to providing quality care and services at a reasonable cost.

What happens if I run out of money to pay for my care?

If a resident depletes all resources in a reasonable manner, we will explore all
available financial options to assist you.

Do I have to be a certain age to live at Sarah Reed Senior Living?

We generally serve older adults. Your medical condition will be the primary factor in determining admission and your level of care.

What is a Continuing Care retirement Community?

Sarah Reed Senior Living is a licensed Continuing Care Retirement Community, or CCRC. We are authorized by the Department of Insurance to provide different levels of care. We offer a variety of accommodations and services to our residents in one complex to ensure their needs are met for their lifetime. With the full range of services available our residents have preferred access to all of our programs.

Can I have visitors?

Of course! Friends and family are welcome every day. General visiting hours are 8am to 8 pm, however visiting is permitted at other times.

Can I leave the building?

Yes! Residents may come and go as they please. We do ask that you sign in and out of the building so we can account for you in the event of an emergency. If you receive nursing and medication services we require you or a family member to inform the nursing staff so no dosages are missed.

Can I bring furniture from home?

Yes. Our apartments are just waiting for your personal treasures! In skilled nursing, a bed, dresser, nightstand, and chair are provided, but you are welcome to switch them out with your own. We understand that it is difficult to be away from your home and encourage you to bring personal items for your comfort and happiness.

Can I come for a tour and more information?

Please do! Visit our contact page and call or email us. We’d love to schedule a time to meet you. We do encourage you to visit in person, however, in certain circumstances we can come to you.