Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Assisted living, licensed through the Department of Social Services, is housing for the elderly or persons unable to live independently that will provide mid-level custodial care with ADLs, medication support, lifestyle activities, transportation, and meals. A nursing home is a licensed facility that holds transfer agreements with hospitals for those who require long-term care or short-term rehabilitation services.

  • Yes! At The Lakes at Banning, residents and guests enjoy nutritious and delicious meals and snacks prepared daily. Diners are served restaurant-style meals by our courteous and well-trained staff. We accommodate special diets such as mechanical soft, puree, no added salt or sugar, and diabetic diets.

  • Yes, people with dementia can live in assisted living. Assisted living is an excellent alternative for someone with dementia that needs customized treatment as well as assistance. They will also have a neighborhood around them to assist them in their day-to-day life, and this will also help with the obstacles of mental deterioration.

  • We accept Long Term Care Insurance, as well as credit card and ACH payments. We currently do not accept regular health insurance for our services.


Selecting a senior living community comes with many questions and you don’t have to navigate them alone. Our staff is available to provide the information you need to make a confident decision. Submit a request and we will be in touch shortly.

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