Category: Moving In

I’m interested in living at Glenmeadow. Are there apartments available? What’s the process? How do I get on the waiting list?

February 22, 2017

Glenmeadow generally maintains full occupancy in both independent and assisted living. We draw from our waiting list when an opening occurs; therefore we recommend you consider securing placement on either our independent or assisted living waiting list.

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How do I get on the waiting list?

If you are interested in an assisted living apartment, complete a Confidential Data Form and return it to our Marketing department. Your name will be added to our waiting list. There is no application or wait list fee. If you are interested in an independent living apartment, return a signed Wait List Agreement with a deposit of $3,000. The […]

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What happens if I decide not to move in; can I get my wait list deposit back?

If you decide not to move in, you will receive a refund of your deposit, plus the accrued interest, less a fee of $500. If the Wait List Agreement is terminated because you are unable to occupy the residence because of death, catastrophic illness, injury, or other incapacity, you (or your estate) shall receive the full […]

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How does the waiting list work? Do I have to specify a certain apartment?

Although we will ask if you have certain preferences (one bedroom versus two bedroom, first floor versus second floor, etc.), you are not required to specify a specific floor plan unless you want to. When an apartment becomes available, we begin contacting individuals by the date they went on the list. Existing residents have priority […]

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