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You need to ask the facility. Every facility has its own rules and procedures. We can’t possibly know the answer to your question. The ALs here don’t have guest rooms or visitors quarters but that sounds like a wonderful thing! I know that some ALs will allow a family member to live there too if they pay an “additional resident fee”, some facilities will allow a caregiver to live there too. Most, I would think, would allow a temporary overnight guest but you never know.....So you need to ask the facility :)
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It depends on the facility. We have a facility here that even has a ‘guest’ room that they rent out like you would rent a hotel room. It’s frequently booked with out of town family members. I saw it when I toured that facility. It was a very nice room with a comparable rate to a hotel that is nearby. I thought it was a great feature of that particular facility.
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Outside2018 Dec 21, 2019
This "rental" seems like a most civilized way to handle visitors. Unfortunately, my 100yr mother's AL didn't have ANY RULES concerning "overnights". Her neglectful, financial exploitative, manipulative fired caretaker, who was the cause of mom having to move here from her home, after he groped a friend and "peeped" in neighbors windows. This puke after living in his van for a year, just decided to MOVE IN Mom's room. He is a convicted preditor,69yrs, who "likes" aged ladies. The facility was informed of him from the time mom moved in, they are responsible to protect the other residents. When they allowed him to visit, watch football games, (against our wishes)THIS opened the door to him deciding he'd just stay (bedroll on closet floor, then moving to her bed) and charge his meals on mom's bill($5 a meal) Mom has written him 4cks=$2000 THIS MONTH + he was overheard demanding her CC for more $. Mom thinks he loves her. She's very easily swindled by him, even with her pretty good brain that has some forgetful spots, like she didn't remember writing the $2000 in cks. The police were called and APS, we were hoping to get an emergency protective order, but after consulting the different agencys, police and an attorney, it would be fruitale to try to use that legal instrument because she wouldn't sign the complaint, DPA can't, as much as she plays the "I don't remember", on this she says she wants him there. Disgusting. The facility wrote out an added a rule to the intake contract; visitors can stay overnight 7days in every 6mo. Mom & this PUKE had to sign it. Well, don't know why a "NO TRESPASSING" order wasn't put in place. What a MESS. So he's decided to take all 7days over Christmas. All of our family holiday celebrations are ruined/cancelled, as NO family members will be around this guy. He just sits around grinning because he pulled another stunt and got away with it. Our hands are tied, even with the financial exploitation evidence. APS are going back Monday, again to get her by herself, seperate from him, to try to talk sense to MOM. Mom lies about this creep to police and social services and to US. At 100yrs, we don't know how many more Christmases we may have with her and this guy seems to know how to sidestep rules or law so he can be disruptive to us and the facility. What to do, what to do? Sorry for rambling & TY for everyones input.
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Each AL facility makes their own rules, ask them.
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Either check the contract that the resident was given when they moved in or ask in the administrative office.
It may depend on why the person is there and what use of the facilities the non resident is using.
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Ask the AL?
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