Frequently Asked Questions

I have a special diet and I can’t eat certain foods. Can The Morrison customize a meal plan for me?

Exercise-ShainaYes. We treat each resident like they’re at home. During your initial visit at The Morrison you will meet with one of our dietitians to discuss your favorite foods, and your needs and wants concerning the menu. All of our meals are home cooked, well balanced, and customized to meet the needs of each resident. Meals are served in a homelike atmosphere in our dining rooms. We also offer snacks and hot and cold beverages during the day.

If I want to leave the facility to spend the afternoon with a family member, are there restrictions I need to know about?

There are no restrictions on leaving The Morrison for a day, for a shopping excursion, or just for lunch. In fact, we encourage family members and friends to continue active relationships with residents. The only requirement is signing an in/out sheet to let us know where you are.

I’m still a licensed driver and would like to know if I can bring my vehicle?

Absolutely. The Morrison will assign you a parking space, close to the front entrance, in the parking lot. We do ask you to check your keys with an administrator so we can properly sign you in and out when you wish to leave the facility for an outing.

What happens to me when I run out of funds?

Rest assured that your health needs and peace of mind are one of our main concerns. We will assist you in obtaining Medicaid and HCBC Services to help you in paying for your stay. You will not be asked to move to another facility and will be welcome to continue living at The Morrison.

 

“Thank you again for your compassion, understanding, and help with certain instances during my Dad’s time at the Morrison. It was a difficult time for us and you made it so much easier. Dad couldn’t have been in better hands and treated with dignity, for this, I am truly grateful.” P.C. & F.C

“Thanks very much for the wonderful care you provided to Mom and for the great work you do with all of your patients.”

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