The Margaret E. Moul Home offers long-term care for adults (age 18 and older) with a neuromuscular impairment and cognition levels sufficient to benefit from specialized services while providing them with a variety of social, recreational and therapeutic opportunities.
- An applicant must be 18 years of age or older.
- An applicant must have a primary diagnosis of cerebral palsy or other neuromuscular impairments (spina bifida, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, and other rare neuromuscular impairments).
- An applicant must require the level of care provided by a skilled nursing facility.
- The Margaret E. Moul Home must have services appropriate for the applicant’s medical and wellness needs.
- An applicant must have an affirmative determination of Nursing Home Service Eligibility by the designated evaluating agency.
- An applicant must be eligible for Medicaid from Day 1 of admission.
- An applicant must agree to refrain smoking on the Home’s premises or on Home-related activities.
- The Home does not accept applicants who need to use ventilators. Specific medical concerns will be addressed during the application process.
- The Home maintains full occupancy.
- The Admissions Committee reviews all applications and meets with potential resident to determine eligibility.
- Once it’s determined that the applicant is an appropriate fit, the individual is placed on the waiting list.
- Admissions to the Home are accepted from the waiting list based on the individual’s needs in conjunction with the appropriate room availability within the Home.
If you have questions about the Admissions process, please call 717-767-6463 and speak with the Social Services Department.