Longleaf Liberty Park Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
What is an entry fee, or buy in?
It’s a large, lump-sum payment made upon move-in to a community that typically covers costs associated with your residence, comprehensive services and amenities, and future long-term care. Generally, part of this sum is refundable to your estate after residency ends. Because Longleaf Liberty Park provides all of the above, but as a rental community, we don’t require a large upfront entry fee or long-term contracts.
Are utilities included?
Yes, all utilities and basic cable are included. Telephone and Internet services are not included, but free WiFi is available in the community’s common areas.
Can friends and family, including grandchildren, visit?
Absolutely. Longleaf is comfortable and welcoming to all residents’ friends and family members. Private rooms and catering services are also available to book for special occasions.
What services are included in the monthly fee?
- 3 meals per day
- Customized care plans
- Assistance with bathing, dressing and grooming, as needed
- Medication reminders and assistance
- Weekly laundry and housekeeping
- Residential, building and grounds maintenance
- Scheduled transportation for medical appointments and group outings
- On-site registered nurse, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- Special dietary considerations and accommodations
- Registered dietician consultations
How does continuing care at Longleaf Liberty Park benefit me and my loved ones?
Access to services and amenities that can accommodate residents’ current and future lifestyle, preferences and needs. With on-site assisted living, memory support, respite care, and other therapeutic and support services, you never have to worry about who to turn to for short- or long-term health care.
What is the advantage of on-site care?
If residents ever need additional services in assisted living or memory support, they’ll have access to them with complete certainty about cost and quality. If one spouse needs care, the other won’t need to commute or change addresses to be near them. For individuals who need assistance while recovering from an injury or illness, respite care is available for short-term stays.