As we connect with many different people daily from all walks of life, we hear a wide variety of questions about many different facets of retirement living. Following are some of the topics about which we hear questions most frequently. However, if your question is not answered here, please feel free to contact us at any time. Your interest is very important to us.
Questions on the Waiting List
Does Fairmount have a waiting list?
There is a waiting list for each type of accommodation here at Fairmount. A person can place his/her name on the list for one level of care by completing an application. If needs change before admission, the applicant can simply be moved to the list for a different level.
How does this work?
Applications are recorded by original application date and level of care requested. As openings occur for the type of accommodation requested, applicants are contacted in the order they submitted their request.
What does it cost to put my name on the waiting list?
Fairmount does not charge an application fee for its waiting list.
What happens if I am not ready when you call?
If you decide you are not ready to move to Fairmount when you are contacted, your name will remain in place on the list. You do not go to the “end of the line.”
What if I have further questions?
We would love to chat with anyone who wants to learn more about the possibility of moving to Fairmount or who has a loved one who might become a resident. We encourage people to begin retirement planning early, so it is never too soon to begin collecting information. We welcome the opportunity to meet with you to answer your questions about the options here at Fairmount Homes. Please call us at 717.354.1800.