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What insurance accepted at Manatawny Manor for rehabilitation services?

Medicare and most Medicare replacements are accepted along with Capital Blue Cross and most Medicaid. For more specific insurance plans, please contact our admissions department by calling (610) 705-3700. 

Can an individual admit to SNF from home?

This would depend on the type of services requested. For rehabilitation services, most insurances require a qualifying hospitalization admission to activate insurance benefits.

Do you accept admissions to your facility for long-term care?

As of this time, Medical Assistance is the only insurance provider to pay for long-term SNF. If one does not qualify for Medical Assistance (Medicaid product) due to financial standings and/or assets, one will have to privately pay for the SNF level of care until financial/assets have been spent down to a Medical Assistance qualifying level.

If the individual does qualify for Medical Assistance, yes, an admission from home to SNF can occur. The facility will require clinical information from the person’s primary care physician, and financial documentation to begin the process.

What is the typical length of stay for rehabilitation?

Every person’s needs are unique. Therapy services and care plans are determined based on their specific need and every care plan is created individually for the resident.

However, insurance does play a key role in insurance covering time. Clinical information is sent to insurance companies multiple times throughout an individual’s stay. The insurance company has the final determination of their coverage. If a resident/family member believes more time is needed prior to discharge, they have the option to privately pay for continued services.

What are the suggested items for a rehabilitation stay?

Residents/families are encouraged to provide hygiene products, clothing, hard bottom shoes to participate in therapy. Personal effects, items to keep busy i.e books, word searches, tablet, etc.

What is your discharge process?

Discharge planning begins at the time of admission.

Prior to discharge, a member of our team, typically a Social Worker, will discuss discharge planning with the resident and family. Home health services are offered, including PT/OT/SN and aid services, if available. Home health services are typically covered by the resident’s insurance plan.

Medical equipment such as rolling walkers, wheelchairs, bedside commodes, hospital beds, etc. can be ordered. Medical equipment is financially covered by most insurance plans, pending the qualifying medical diagnoses.

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Manatawny Village

30 Old Schuylkill Road
Pottstown, PA 19465

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