Care Home FAQs

Q: What is included in your monthly fee?


  • Fully-furnished private rooms with attached private bathrooms
  • Twenty-four hour care to each of our residents provided by nurses and nurse aides
  • Medication management
  • Assistance with all personal care needs
  • A range of daily activities that provide physical and cognitive stimulation
  • Three home-cooked meals and two snacks a day
  • Housekeeping and laundry service
  • Transportation to and from routine doctors and dentist appointments

Q: What kind of meals are served?


Q: What is provided in-room?
Furniture, linens and basic toiletries (except for briefs) are all provided. However, should residents want to bring in their own furniture or décor to personalize their rooms and ease their transitions, we will gladly accommodate. Rooms are cable-ready and residents may bring in their own TV’s for $15 per month.

Q: What’s the square footage of the Care Homes and private rooms?
Each of our Care Homes is approximately 5,000 square feet which includes the living and dining area, kitchen, laundry room and eight private bedrooms with adjoining baths. The fully-furnished private bedrooms average 12 feet x 14 feet and the private baths add an extra 80 square feet.

Q: Are your Care Homes wheelchair accessible?
Yes, they are all fully wheelchair accessible.

Q: What is your range of care?
Manoa Senior Care has eleven Type II Adult Residential Care Homes with Expanded Care licenses. This means we can provide residents with everything from minimal assistance with daily activities to nursing home-level care within the same home, 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week.

Q: Do you accept Medicare, Medicaid or other forms of government assistance?
No, Manoa Senior Care is a private pay facility only.

Q: Do you accept long-term care insurance?
Yes. Private long term care insurance will often assist in covering the monthly rate; however please check with your agent about eligibility requirements.

Q: What is your admissions process?
The first step is a tour of one of our homes. If there is an opening, the next step would be a physical assessment by our Director of Nursing, after which the family would be presented with a monthly cost. If the figure is suitable to them, they will schedule and execute a contract signing. All residents must have completed a two-step TB test within the past 12 months and a physical exam within the last three months before move-in. If we do not have an opening at the time of your tour, you may choose to be placed on our wait list.

Q: Do you take patients with dementia?
Yes, we accept residents based on their care needs, not their diagnoses.

Q: What is your visitation policy?
Visitors are welcome at any time. Since our doors are locked after 7pm, we ask that loved ones call if they are planning a visit after that time. Residents may also take outings with loved ones whenever they like.