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The Carlucci Home - Assisted Living for Ladies

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516 Mullock Road , Port Jervis, NY 12771

(855) 840-7257

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Costs for The Carlucci Home - Assisted Living for Ladies

Assisted Living Starting Cost per Month:

$ 3,400

Medicaid/Medicare Not Accepted

Amenities at The Carlucci Home - Assisted Living for Ladies

Property Info

Minimum Age: 60

State License #: 540F034

Semi-Private Units

Private Units

Amenities

Pet Policy: No pets allowed

Three Meals per Day and Snacks

Services

Private Laundry

Housekeeping

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Description of The Carlucci Home - Assisted Living for Ladies

The Carlucci Home is family owned and operated and provides the most personalized services in a clean, comfortable, country home.

Founded by Jennie Carlucci, a Registered Nurse, over 30 years ago, the Home has continued to exceed all of the areas Assisted Living staffing ratios and continues to do so. The Carlucci Home has a staff-resident ratio of 2 aides to 10 residents. The Carlucci Home has always employed a full time Registered Nurse who has made her life’s work, caring for those she serves.

The Carlucci Home has an excellent reputation and those who have lived along side of the Carlucci’s have benefitted from the comfort of her entire family.

The Carlucci Home offers semi-private rooms for a fraction of what the ‘big homes’ charge. Three meals a day, snacks at resident request, activities, laundry, housekeeping, and medical services are all provided for a reasonable rate. Transportation to and from medical appointments are arranged for, and can be provided by the Carlucci Home whenever family is not available.

Ten of Carlucci Home’s beds are licensed to allow residents to ‘Age In Place’ longer, to avoid premature placement in a skilled nursing home. Keeping their residents at home with ‘family’ is of the utmost importance. Medical care provided on site helps those residents avoid unnecessary hospitalizations. The communication between family and caregivers goes beyond that of the ‘bigger homes.

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