The southernmost state in New England, Connecticut is a popular retirement destination for seniors from the New York metropolitan area. Although it can be more expensive than many other states, Connecticut is a serene, picturesque escape from the big city — particularly during October, when fall colors are most vibrant. Known as the “Constitution State” for its nation-building contributions following the Revolutionary War, Connecticut is rich with historic Colonial landmarks in cities like Hartford and New London. The southern coastline along the Long Island Sound includes Hammonasset Beach State Park, as well as New Haven, the state’s second-largest city. Here you’ll find Yale University, the antique carousel at Lighthouse Point Park, and the famous New Haven-style thin crust pizza.
Currently, A Place for Mom partners with more than 125 senior living communities in Connecticut that provide assisted living.
The median monthly cost of assisted living in Connecticut is about $5,300.
Our loved one was only there for a short time but during that time this community was kept very clean. The communication with the nursing staff was a bit disjointed. It was pretty good value compared to other communities in the surrounding area. They offer a lot of care services, but we felt that we had to remind them to do certain services our loved one needed like giving them their medication or helping with their laundry.Read more
The Ivy community as a warm and welcoming atmosphere to it, the place is pleasant and has no fowl smells. The food is decent and delivered and served mostly on time. Everyone has been pleasant to work with, and we think the value for cost is pretty good and right on par.Read more
My Dad just loves living at Creamery Brook Village!! Everyone is so nice and helpful. There are so many activities to keep him busy if he wants to participate. He loves the food, the Chefs and staff go out of their way to make sure he is happy and satisfied. His apartment is perfect for him and set up just right for his needs. It is great that they let me bring the dogs to visit. That always puts a smile on his face. I would recommend Creamery Brook to anyone looking for the perfect assisted living facility.Read more
338 Thompson Rd, Webster, MA 01570 | 9.4 milesfrom Woodstock center
Provides: Assisted Living
Christopher Heights of Webster is strictly a rents community, located in a beautiful rural setting easily accessible to al major routes. Our monthly fee includes all meals, utilities (excluding cable and telephone), 24 hour security and up to one hour and a half of personal care daily. There is......
The average cost of senior living in Woodstock is 5,390 per month. Cheaper nearby regions include Smithfield, RI with an average of 3,600 per month.
Planning ahead can better position you to make good choices for your loved one’s care in the future. But if your aging family member needs care now, there are ways to finance the cost of long-term care through a combination of approaches.
Assisted living is long-term care for seniors who are generally active and independent, but who require increased supervision and help with some daily tasks. Staff can assist residents with activities of daily living like dressing, bathing, and medication management. Assisted living is also a good option for seniors seeking more socialization. Services and amenities in assisted living facilities often include:
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