HOW DO I PAY FOR MY CARE? There are several options to pay for care. For Short Term Rehab and Long Term Care, you can pay a private daily rate if you have private funds. We accept most long term care insurances which pay for your room and board either partially or in-full. We also accept Medicaid and if you have had a three day, inpatient hospital stay, Medicare will pay for your stay up to 100 days.
CAN I KEEP MY OWN PHYSICIAN? Unfortunately, no. You cannot keep your own physician. Mary Wade is proud to work with exceptional physicians from The West Haven Medical Group and those physicians. However, you must keep any specialty doctor such as your cardiologist, orthopedist, or neurologists, etc.
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE DAILY RATE? The daily rate includes room and board, housekeeping, laundry, recreation, and dietary services. Medications and treatments, MD visits, oxygen and mental health services are billed to your insurance first and any co-pays are your responsibility. For Medicaid residents all services are billed to Title-19.
IS THERE A WAITING LIST FOR LONG TERM CARE? Mary Wade has a waiting list for long term care. Once an application is received your loved one will be placed on our waiting list. Phone calls are made periodically to keep the list current. Your loved one’s name will not be removed from the waiting list without your consent and followed by a letter or email for verification.
IS THERE A WAITING LIST FOR SHORT TERM REHABILITATION? There is not a waiting list for this service. Please call Rosanne Mondrone, Director of Community Relations directly at (203) 672-7809 to inquire about availability.
ARE THERE PRIVATE ROOMS AVAILABLE? We have a select number of private rooms available in our Short Term Rehab as well as in our Long Term Care floor. The majority of our accommodations are double rooms with ample privacy for each roommate.
IS PARKING AVAILABLE? Mary Wade has ample on-street parking for families and visitors on both sides of Pine Street. We also own all the properties within our block so street parking is available.
WHERE IS THE MAIN ENTRANCE? The main entrance to Mary Wade is on Pine Street. The historic 118 Clinton Avenue entrance is no longer in use. If you are using a GPS use 83 Pine Street, New Haven CT 06513. The entrance is on your right hand side.
HOW SAFE IS THE NEIGHBORHOOD? Mary Wade is located in the beautiful, historic district of Chatham Square in Fair Haven. The area is well lighted and we have teamed up with our neighbors and local law enforcement over the years to make sure residents and families remain safe and comfortable. In the evening, we have security guards who will escort you to your vehicles if you desire.
WHAT ARE YOUR VISITING HOURS? There are no specific visiting hours at Mary Wade. You can visit any time. We ask that you are respectful of the care that needs to be done and the schedule and privacy of any roommate.
WHAT IS OFFERED IN THE WAY OF MEALS? We are proud of our exceptional dining program featuring homemade meals and individualized attention to resident’s needs and desires. Menus are given to families upon admission and food choices are chosen to ensure the dining experience is a pleasant one. A hearty breakfast starts the day with the main meal served at lunch time and a lighter fare for dinner. Specialized diets are available.
CAN I BRING MY OWN FURNITURE AND DECORATIONS? All rooms are fully furnished with a bed, dresser, over bed table and a recliner. We encourage you to personalize your room and make it like home. Suggested items are lamps, pictures, photographs, comforters, and decorative pillows.
HOW OFTEN DOES THE DOCTOR VISIT? Our doctors are in the building several times a week and are always available by phone.
CAN I HAVE A TELEPHONE AND A TELEVISION? Mary Wade provides television and telephone service in all rooms for an additional fee. You are welcome to bring in a cell phone or a larger screen TV if needed.
HOW DO I HOOK UP THE TELEPHONE AND CALLS? Mary Wade takes care of installation on the day of admission.
DO YOU HAVE A HAIRDRESSER? We have an onsite beauty salon with two hair stylists who are here Tuesday through Saturday.
WHO LABELS CLOTHING? Mary Wade labels all clothing on the day of admission.
CAN WE BRING IN MEDICATIONS FROM HOME? Unfortunately, State regulations prohibit the use of medications from home.
WHAT TYPE OF CLOTHING AND SHOES SHOULD I BRING?
Clothing should be comfortable and easy to put on. Shoes should be safe and fit well. Clothing should be appropriate for co-ed living.
MAY WE BRING IN FOOD? We welcome homemade treats or meals, but consult with the nurse before giving it to the resident to make sure there are no changes in condition.
DO YOU HAVE WIFI? Yes, our entire campus is a WIFI friendly environment.