Here are some of the most frequently asked questions from those interested in independent living at Fort Scott Presbyterian Village. Read on to find out more — if there’s a question we haven’t answered here, contact us today.
Seniors often reach a point where they think about rightsizing. Their house may be more than they want or, for some, able to handle. They might start thinking it would be fun to sell the lawn mower and move somewhere maintenance-free. The ideal time to move into an independent living community is when you feel the itch to change things up, but when you are still active enough to enjoy the lifestyle benefits of a senior living community.
We offer beautiful one- and two-bedroom apartments.
At times, yes. To get on the wait list, you must submit a long-term application for residency.
Monthly independent living fees begin at $1,677 per month for one resident, depending on the residence and finance option selected. Our campus offers two options: an entrance fee with a lower monthly fee, or a higher monthly fee without an entrance fee. A second person fee applies for double occupancy; rates vary based on the level of services needed by the second person. Rates and monthly fees are subject to periodic review. Contact us to learn more and take the next step in your journey.
No. We need to see enough that we feel confident you can afford private pay senior living for the foreseeable future, but this does not require full disclosure of your finances.
Our doors are locked between 5 p.m. and 5 a.m., and a team member regularly walks the buildings during those hours. Local law enforcement performs nightly on-campus patrols.
Medicaid is not available for Independent Living.
Dining is an important component of our culture at Fort Scott Presbyterian Village. We offer flexible meal plans with seasonal and always-available menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner so you can choose what you’d like to eat. Select the meal plan to suit your needs.
Yes, parking is available for active drivers at Presbyterian Village.
Yes, we allow pets in independent living on a case-by-case basis. Residents may have a dog, cat, birds and/or fish, if approved.