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Wellsprings Residence has been established in 1991 and is since 2013 owned and managed by the Mueller Family.
In 2014 Wellsprings Residence has been voted one of the best three Assisted Living Facilities in the Orlando Area by the readers of the Orlando Sentinel.
We also have an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau and a 5 Star Rating from Caring.com
No we are not. We are a family owned business and our residents go to the church or practice the faith they choose.
We have Caregivers, Nurses Aids and/or Home Health Aides on Staff 24 hours. Registered Nurses are available for Infusion Therapy, Wound Care or Care Management.
If physical therapy is needed the physical therapist will come to the resident.
Yes, we provide scheduled transportation to doctor’s appointments, the library and for shopping trips.
We get compliments for our food from the residents, their family members and our staff, who also eat here. We serve three meals per day plus snacks. The menu is approved by a licensed Dietician and is nutritious, healthy and tastes good. Everything is prepared daily fresh, from scratch in our kitchen by our cooks.
We work with a pharmacist who fills the pillbox for each resident. We also coordinate with the Doctors offices if refills are needed.
There is no extra monthly charge for Medication management.
Most of our residents are in their 80’s and 90’s.
We are a pet friendly community. Friends and families can always bring a pet. If a resident likes to bring a pet we need to discuss the details of the pet care.
There is a cost for room and board, if you share a room it costs less than having a private room. Then there is the level of care needed. If someone is independent, we don’t charge for care. If a resident needs help with the activities of daily living and requires more help, there is an extra charge for the daily personal assistance.
We will be able to give you accurate cost once the primary care physician has completed the AHCA Form 1823 and we have been able to assess the future resident.
No, we do not charge a community fee.
We do have residents who only stay here for a few weeks as their caregiver at home needs a break or needs to go out of town. Please call us to discuss room availability.
Medicare is a Health Insurance and does not pay for Assisted Living. It may pay for Rehabilitation, Physical Therapy and Nursing care.
Yes, we do accept Medicaid.
Some of our residents have a long term care insurance that pays for the cost of care if specific insurance requirements are met. Please check your policy or bring it with you and we can review together.
Quite a few residents get the VA Aid and Attendance Pension. If you or your loved one was a service member you might qualify for this benefit.