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Our meals are absolutely delicious! Each is home cooked almost entirely from scratch.
No, typically residents must go to the clinic to see a MD, but our care staff is present 24/7 to accommodate our residents.
Monroe Manor is able to assist our resident with appointment transportation. We make arrangements with family and friends to accompany residents. Monroe Manor has a transport vehicle with limited availability. Local handicap van transports are available for a fee.
Yes, if we have room we are happy to accommodate family visitors free of charge. If their stay extends more than three days, we do appreciate donations. Our staff must approve small children and dependent individuals for stay-in visits.
Yes, Monroe Manor has five areas, each able to seat 25 people. These are free to use, tough we always appreciate a donation. We supply coffee, ice and water. Anything additional is the responsibility of the participants. *Please no red beverages due t carpet stains.
Yes, as long as it is safe and approved by the family/guardian and a doctor. Staff must be notified each time a resident is leaving the property.
A person is only asked to leave under serious circumstances, where it is absolutely necessary. Some reasons may include aggressive violence, sliding scale diabetics, or an inability to remain safe to themselves or others.
Not necessarily. If your loved one wanders outside or into others’ rooms continuously without constant intervention then yes, we would like them in the memory area. Every case is different, and decisions are made based on assessments and family involvement.
Thank you for your love and care you gave our mother. She was fortunate to have been in your care.
Thanks so much for the love, care and support of our dad during his time at Monroe Manor and for the gift. We truly appreciate it.
Please share a “thank you” with everyone at Monroe Manor. I’m glad you are taking good care of Dad.