Resident Trust Fund

Form 12 of 12

All residents and/or their legal guardian should review and understand the following information pertaining to Resident Trust Fund Accounts.

  1. There is no obligation for the resident to deposit his/her funds with Marwood Nursing & Rehab.
  2. The resident's rights regarding personal funds are delineated in the Resident's Bill of Rights.
  3. The Resident has the right to call Social Security Office and set up a Representative Payee.
  4. It is the Marwood's policy to provide the service of holding monies in trust for any resident, regardless of his/her capabilities.
  5. The Marwood's procedure for handling, accounting for, and giving access to, monies held in trust for residents is summarized below:
    • If requested, Marwood Nursing & Rehab will establish a resident trust fund account for any resident.
    • The total amount deposited in a resident trust fund account by any one resident is limited to $5,000.00. Medicaid residents should not go over $2000.00.
    • Must be signed by the resident or legal guardian prior to establishing the account.
  6. The Resident Trust Fund Accounts will be maintained in the business office. These accounts and records will be maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
  7. Transactions in the Resident Trust Fund Account may be made during normal business hours.
  8. Statements for each resident trust fund account will be prepared and distributed on a quarterly basis.
  9. Individual accounts will have the interest accrued and recorded on a quarterly basis.
  10. The Resident Trust Fund Account is fully bonded and audited.
  11. Additional information regarding the Resident Trust Fund Accounts may be obtained by contacting the office.
  12. When closing the account, I authorize Marwood to apply money from this account toward any unpaid balances I have incurred at this facility.

 



 

If signing on the Residents behalf, please provide the Resident's name in the Resident section.

By submitting this Consent Form, please be aware that an electronic signature is as legally binding as a handwritten signature.