Skilled Nursing FAQs

Have a question about Skilled Nursing? Here are answers to some frequently asked questions.

How is Skilled Nursing financed?
Long-term care insurance is a helpful option and has lower premiums when purchased preemptively. Medicare will pay in certain circumstances, such as in the case of injury and accident. Medicare will only last as long as recovery is occurring. In the situation where a resident does not have the necessary funding and other options are unavailable, Medicaid may provide assistance. Generations helps residents secure funding through resources and documentation guidance. 

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Are short term stays possible?
Yes. Rehabilitation after a hospitalization and respite care are two common reasons for a short term stay. [Back To Top]

What therapies and services are provided?
Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy are available to treat the following diagnoses: 

  • Hip-Knee Surgery
  • Post-Operative care
  • Cardiac bypass
  • Amputation
  • CVA Stroke with VitalStim® Therapy
  • Congestive Heart Failure
  • Dysphasia
  • Orthopedic related injuries and replacements
  • Reconditioning/ strengthening
  • Neurological Disorders

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Is there a waiting list?
This varies from time to time. Please contact us for the current availability. [Back To Top]

Are there in-house doctors?
Physicians visit on a regular basis.  If your community physician would like to follow your care while in skilled nursing, that is permissible.  If not, we can assist in assigning you a physician during your stay and return you to your physician upon discharge. [Back To Top]

Is Generations certified by Medicare and Medicaid?
Yes, our Skilled Nursing facilities are Medicare and Medicaid certified. [Back To Top]

How can I get more information about Skilled Nursing services?
Feel free to call us at (937) 746-3943 or send a message through our contact page. We welcome the opportunity to answer your questions. [Back To Top]