Residents of the Lutheran House Agree to the Following
I/WE understand and agree that:
1) I and any person named in this application can function independently or with a minimum of assistance provided by an accompanying caregiver. This means I am able to perform the six Activities of Daily Living which are:
Eating, bathing, dressing, toileting, transferring (walking) and continence.
2) I and any person named in this application is capable of self-preservation, physically and mentally, to be in residence and capable of evacuating the building without the use of an elevator.
3) Accommodations at the Lutheran House are ‘community living’ and that I/we will do our part to help keep the kitchens clean, neat and orderly. We will also leave our room neat and clean upon our departure, so the Lutheran House rates can remain affordable. Room & kitchen assignment may change.
4) I and any person named in the application will purchase the appropriate full cost gate pass for the duration of our stay at the Lutheran House on the grounds of Chautauqua Institution.
5) I/we will inform the Hostess/Host immediately if I/we decide to cancel or reschedule my/our reservation.
I/We further understand that:
Moderate consumption of wine and beer is permitted at the Lutheran House on the grounds of the Chautauqua Institution. Alcoholic beverages shall be confined to the dining hall (lower level) and the second floor porch. On special occasions and with the Board’s approval, alcohol may be served in the first floor living room. Please note: Only wine and beer are permitted.
The Lutheran House Host/Hostess shall have authority to warn guests about excessive consumption and any resulting inappropriate behavior. If deemed necessary by the Host/Hostess, following consultation with an officer of the Board, the guest(s) may be asked to immediately vacate their residence at the Lutheran House without any refund of room rental.
About the association
The mission of the Lutheran Chautauqua Association is to provide a Lutheran identity on the grounds of the Chautauqua Institution through witness, worship, fellowship, hospitality and recreation.