Senior living at Covenant Living at the Holmstad means living independently while having on-site access to a comprehensive menu of health care services and long-term care. We meet the needs of our residents by providing the following levels of care:
Anyone who is capable of handling their own care and coordinating services is welcome. We offer a range of attractive apartment, cottage and duplex homes to suit your independent living lifestyle.
If everyday activities such as meal preparation, dressing or managing medications sap your energy and steal your enthusiasm, but you do not need skilled nursing care, reach for the helping hand of Assisted Living at Covenant Living at the Holmstad. We help residents who:
This is a collaborative effort with the resident, family and staff. Residents and families typically make the decision to move through the continuum as needs increase.
Covenant Living at the Holmstad offers Skilled Nursing services to residents who are fully dependent on care needs or during a short-term stay for Rehabilitation.
Independent living residences offer a maintenance-free lifestyle. Should your needs change over time, a continuing care retirement community gives you the confidence of knowing long-term care is available on site at predictable costs. We offer a range of levels of care for financial security and peace of mind.
The costs of health care and medical services are the responsibility of each resident. You maintain the physicians you choose, although we can help you navigate complicated health care programs. Our Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living residences accept most Long-Term Care insurance policies.
You have the ability to hire in-home health care services in your residence. We partner with CovenantCare at Home to provide home health care, should the need arise.
You can continue to use your primary care physician. However, if your needs change—making it more difficult to visit your physician—we have several who visit the campus.
You can continue to use your primary care physician. However, if your needs change—making it more difficult to visit your physician—we have several who visit the campus. If you are admitted to Michealsen, you may use one of the physicians that comes to Michealsen.
We contract with an agency to provide this service to our residents.
Everyone’s coverage is different. We recommend calling your provider to see what type of health care services are covered.
Yes, we offer a variety of programs. Informative seminars are offered throughout the year on various health care topics. We try to work with residents to support their changing needs.
Contact the Sales Department at 877-420-5046 to schedule a personal appointment and tour. Our dedicated sales representatives are trained to help you explore your options for retirement living and guide you through the process. Our sales team will help you assess your individual needs, based on the continuum of care.
We offer several residency agreement options, with varying entrance fee provisions, to meet residents’ personal and estate goals. Health Care days are calculated at the base rate for Assisted Living or Skilled Nursing with no increase in the prevailing residential monthly fee. After the benefit period, the prevailing rate for either base rate assisted living or skilled nursing is discounted 10%. Options include:
The sales team walks everyone through the process of preparing for a move to the campus. We have several resources available to prospects to assist them with their move.
The contract process only takes an hour. You can move into the community after completing the application process. Some choices of finishes may take longer to complete.
Typically, most residents move in between 90 to 180 days. If a longer time frame is needed, please talk to the sales rep about your particular circumstances.
We offer a number of affordable options. Please visit us to learn about our community before you decide it’s not financially possible. Our sales reps will help you understand the qualification criteria. In addition, we offer a rental facility as an alternative.
Yes, property taxes are tax deductible each year. The first year of occupancy, your health care days, depending on your contract type, may be tax deductible. All residents should consult their income tax advisor.
The contracts differ in how Health Care costs are paid in the future, as well as whether you want a refund of the entrance fee.
Our sales staff will walk you through the contracts. They will show you the best solution to help you qualify.
Choice Dining is the dining program for residential living, designed to offer residents a wide variety of options. Each resident is allocated $12 a day to spend at our dining venues, included in the contract. Residents have the ability to downsize the program for a small credit applied to their monthly fee. We are happy to accommodate your dining wishes at all levels of care.
Absolutely, you may pick up by calling ahead or stopping by the Bistro and placing an order to go. We are also happy to deliver meals for a small charge.
Yes, our campus offers a variety of programs for residents. Programming on campus is developed through collaboration with residents, and is focused on their interest and desires.
We offer a quarterly brochure that outlines the big activities taking place over the month. Our monthly calendar, distributed each month, informs residents about events, meals and other important information that is important to them. We also offer a weekly calendar with a daily programming schedule.
Yes, we offer a Sunday night vespers service along with many other bible studies and worship gatherings throughout the week. We also have Catholic Mass service available.
Yes, we offer a variety of exercise and wellness classes. If there is something of interest that we do not offer, we find out if there is a large enough interest among others in the community to consider starting a new program.
We have an indoor pool, sauna and steam room.
We do have some open grassy areas for outside activities, if needed.
Yes, our library is located in the Commons building with a computer room.
Yes, we have a reading machine to help with this need and a low-vision group on campus.
We offer a wide variety of opportunities, including many types of classes within our creative arts program. There is an entire room dedicated to these activities.
Think about the future for you and your spouse if something should happen to you. Our community offers peace of mind just knowing your needs will be met and support will be there. Why not enjoy the rest of your life living at a vibrant community, doing what you want to do? Take the burden and stress of home maintenance out of your life and put the energy into spending time with your spouse or family.