Step 1 Prospective residents and their families are encouraged to visit Landis Homes for a tour of the desired level of living. The Residency Planning or Admissions staff will discuss the services and programs available at Landis Homes as well as the fees.
Appointments can be made by contacting:
For Cottages, Hybrid Homes, Apartments and Suites in Residential Living:
Sarah Short or Amy Herr
For Personal Care, Memory Support,
Healthcare, and Rehabilitation Care:
Personal Care / Healthcare Admissions
Step 2 There is no fee required to submit an Application for Residency. Completed applications are reviewed by Landis Homes' management for approval. When approved, the applicant is informed in writing of the accomodation for which they quality and their name is added to the future resident list. Applicants may bypass the future resident list in situations where there is an immediately availability.
Qualifications include the ability to pay for several years of healthcare and meet the essential requirements for residency.
Step 3 When an accommodation becomes available, the prospective resident (or family) will be contacted and arrangements made to determine that the applicant continues to qualify financially and is able to meet the essential requirements for residency.
Depending on the level of living, either the Residency Planning or Admissions personnel will guide applicants through the completion of paperwork and the other details that are a part of the move process.
"The policy of Landis Homes Retirement Community is to admit and provide care in our facilities without regard to race, color, sex, ancestry, national origin, religious creed, handicap, or disability in accordance with applicable federal and state law. However, if the applicants for admission are in excess of the facilities available, qualified applicants are placed on a waiting list. The administration may assign priority on the prospective list to members of the Mennonite Church and as such, assignment is made without regard to race, color, sex, ancestry, national origin handicap or disability."