Frequently Asked Questions
Come see us! Talk with our team to see what apartments may be available. If you see something you like, you can reserve that apartment by putting down the Community Fee, and you can work together with us on the next steps in the move-in process. If the apartment of your choice is not available, you can put down the refundable wait list deposit to be added to our wait list for that specific unit. We encourage you to come and visit before you need senior living, especially if you feel there is a specific type of apartment floorplan or view that you will want. The sooner you get on the wait list the more opportunity you will have when the time comes for you to move.
Cherrywood Pointe is a senior living rental community. Our leases are month-to-month, so there are no long-term commitments. Although, we know once you move and get settled in to our community, you won’t want to leave!
No. However, your health insurance may help to pay for some of the services you receive while living in our community. Some people may have long term care insurance. Your long term care insurance plan may help to reimburse you for some of the day-to-day expenses for assisted living.
If you are choosing the Senior Living Service Package, you do not need a doctor’s orders to move in. If you decide to sign up with our Assisted Living, Memory Care or Enhanced Care service options, you may need written doctor’s orders pending an assessment by our health care team. This is especially true if our care team will be assisting you with your medications.
Yes. You can choose to work with any provider who comes into our community. Or you can continue to go out to doctors’ appointments, as you have been. However, we do have healthcare teams visit each community often, so it can be very convenient for you and your family to take advantage of these regularly visiting teams.
We provide homes and care for older adults of all faiths. You do not need to be any specific religion to live in our communities. Chaplains do visit many of our communities to provide services such as devotionals, prayer groups, support groups, grief support and one-on-one visits for those who want them.