Moosehaven is an exclusive, active retirement community, which strives to meet the needs of all Moose members. As a Continuing Care Retirement Community, Moosehaven offers independent living, assisted living, enhanced living, skilled nursing and residential dementia services.
Two admission programs are available to meet the financial needs of all men and women of the Moose, the Traditional Retirement Program and Brandon Place. Both plans require Moose membership and a minimum age of 65 years. In the event a couple wishes to apply, only one spouse must meet the age requirement.
THE TRADITIONAL RETIREMENT PROGRAM:
The following criteria are considered for determining eligibility for admission:
Applicant must have at least 15 years of continuous membership in good standing just prior to making application and be at least 65 years of age.
Applicant must be sponsored by a Lodge or Chapter officer, or by a designated Admissions/Marketing Representative, appointed by the Admissions Department of Moosehaven.
Applicant must provide all current financial information and demonstrate that there has been no intentional disposal of assets. Moosehaven reserves the right to investigate throughout a ten-year financial look-back period.
Applicant must furnish copies of bank statements, birth certificates, marriage certificates, divorce decrees, death certificates, burial and insurance policies, sales of properties, health and supplemental insurance policies, military discharge information, Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid cards or any state medical insurance program identification card.
Applicants are required to complete a physical and mental exam prior to admission. However, health issues will not necessarily disqualify an applicant if they require moderate levels of care upon admission.
Admission is not based on how much or how little one has in income and/or assets. Substantial personal debt however, will require guidance from the Admissions Department at Moosehaven.
Applicant must agree to establish an Individual Moosehaven Retirement Account. Upon admission to Moosehaven, all income and the proceeds of assets will be deposited into the account. Moosehaven will use this account to offset costs associated with housing, meals, housekeeping, activities, transportation, clothing, personal needs and health care. Should the resident deplete the funds in his or her account, Moosehaven will continue to provide his or her care at Moosehaven.
For more information on the Traditional Admission Program, please contact:
THE BRANDON PLACE AT MOOSEHAVEN ADMISSION PROGRAM:
Brandon Place at Moosehaven is a new and developing retirement option at Moosehaven. Apartment and Villa homes range from 497 square feet to 1,455 square feet and offer one and two bedroom styles. One bedroom apartments with river view offer comfort and convenience. Homes are well appointed and provide a secure lifestyle that only Continuing Care offers. Brandon Place is designed for those who desire the peace of mind found in knowing that future care will be available right on campus.
Brandon Place residents will pay a one-time Entrance Fee, based on the size and location of the home they choose. Upon occupancy, they pay a Monthly Fee, which is based on the size of the home. The Entrance Fee constitutes a contractual agreement between the resident(s) for a secured and maintenance free home, full access to the Moosehaven campus, all activities, services and amenities, and future care in the LifeCare Center. The Monthly Fee covers the costs of the services and amenities provided to residents of Brandon Place at Moosehaven.
Brandon Place residents must meet the following admissions criteria: