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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

We understand it may be a scary or confusing time researching care options for yourself or a loved one. Our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) will provide answers and resources so you can make the best decision for your family. Feel free to contact any of our centers with questions. 
    

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Whether for short-term rehabilitation or long-term care, we strive to make the transition as easy as possible. For more information or questions on your individual medical or financial situation, please contact an AMFM center near you.

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What items do I need upon admission to an AMFM center?

Upon admission, please bring the following items with you:

  • Social Security Card
  • Insurance Card(s)
  • Medicaid Card
  • Driver’s License/Identification
  • Medical Power of Attorney (MPOA)
  • Living Will

Residents are encouraged to complete a West Virginia Advanced Directive (WVAD) prior to admission. A copy of the WVAD documents is available in our Social Services office.
 

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What items can I bring for a stay at an AMFM center?

You are welcome to bring items such as pictures, flowers, blankets, and other items to make your visit as homelike and comfortable as possible. We ask that jewelry, valuable items and money not be kept in the patient’s room. 


However, if needed our center can provide a small lock box for storage of some personal items of value. Our team members will assist you or your loved ones in labeling clothing. Other ideal items to bring may include at least 5-7 seasonal outfits, comfortable pants, shorts, sweatpants, shirts and blouses, sweaters or sweatshirts, slippers, and  tennis shoes, pajamas, socks, glasses, dentures and hearing aids used at home and other personal items.
 

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Paying for Care

There are multiple ways to pay for care depending on your health care needs or situation. Those payment options may include private payment, traditional Medicare, Medicare Advantage Plans, Medicaid and private insurance plans.
 

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Additional Resources

You may have other questions about care for a loved one. These additional resources from national and statewide organizations can help answer additional questions. 

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