In-Facility Resident Care Services:

  • One-on-one patient care.
  • 24-Hour supervision and monitoring.
  • Medication administration and management.
  • Assistance with bathing, grooming, dressing, and toileting
  • Incontinence care – bathroom assistance, diaper, and catheter care.
  • Monitoring of nutrition, healthy food, and special diets.
  • Twice a week mandatory showering.
  • Meal preparation, service, and assistance with eating when needed.
  • All meals and snacks are provided for the residents daily.
  • Twice daily group exercises, activities, and games.
  • Laundry services are provided.
  • House chores and room maintenance are completed by the caregivers.
  • Cable TV available in the common living room and private resident rooms.
  • House phone is available during visiting hours for all residents to use.
  • Visiting nurses and doctors are always on call and make frequent check-ups with the residents.
  • Private rooms and shared rooms available at all our facilities.
  • Visitors and family are always welcomed during visiting hours.
  • A clean, relaxing, and healthy living environment.
  • Caregiver companionship and compassion.


  • Medication — Genesis will follow through with the ordering of medication through the doctor or the pharmacy, however, we will not be responsible for picking up a resident’s medication. And the resident/resident family is responsible for all payments regarding medications. Genesis also does not write out any medication scripts.
  • Over the counter items — If the resident needs anything extra not included in basic day to daycare, it is the responsibility of the family to provide anything extra. For example anti-itch creams, eye drops, nasal spray, special soaps/shampoo/detergent, etc. Most of these are available as prescriptions so please consult the doctor or house manager with any questions.
  • Transportation — We do not provide transport of any kind for a resident or their belongings.
  • Purchase of Personal Belongings — We are not responsible for providing clothes, shoes, etc for the residents. It is the families responsibility to make sure that the resident has all they need for day to day life.
  • Diapers/Pads — We are not responsible for providing the residents with any of their incontinent care needs. The family must make sure that the resident is provided for and to keep track of the supply at the facility.
  • Catheter Changing — Since we are not a skilled nursing facility we are not allowed to change a patient’s catheter. The patient must go see a doctor or have the visiting nurse come to the house.
  • Medical Equipment — It is the responsibility of the family to make sure that the resident has the proper medical equipment when they move in. We are not required to provide residents with anything they are missing.
  • Pillows/Cushions — Genesis provides each resident with a bed pillow and a couch cushion. Anything extra that the resident needs we are not required to provide for them.
  • Haircuts — Genesis has a visiting stylist come to each house every other month to cut the resident's hair for a fee. This is not included in the rent and must be paid upfront for the haircut to be given.
  • Pets — Unfortunately we are not allowed to have animals come into our facilities. We understand that pets are still important, however, and all of our houses have outside deck areas and backyards that you are welcome to have your animal visit you at.

Medical Equipment:

  • Walker
  • Wheelchair
  • Cane
  • Hospital Bed – With or without railings.
  • Commode
  • Gait Belt
  • Hoyer Lift