85 Harreton Road, Allendale, NJ 07401
Welcome to The Allendale Community for Senior Living, where seniors of varying ages and abilities find an inviting environment that’s just perfect to call “home.” Our community offers a range of services including assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing services, and temporary/respite stays. We also offer a senior day care called our “Senior Social Club.”
With floor plans ranging from studios up to three-bedroom apartments, we’re sure to have the perfect living space for your preferences and budget. Plus our common areas are varied and stunning — here, you’ll find our design aesthetic both elevated and comfortable.
From the unique arcade to gorgeously manicured courtyards, our amenities might remind you of your favorite resort vacation. Features vary depending on the level of care services a resident is receiving, but our high quality of life is consistent. Gourmet dining, restaurant-style, satisfies appetites, while our planned activities quench curiosity and excite the spirit.
Our array of services help minimize your stress and maximize your enjoyment of each day. Services offered include assistance with activities of daily living, specialized memory care services, nurse supervision, medication management, and skilled nursing care. On-site specialty therapists are available as well. If the time comes...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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There are various parts of this community, my loved one was in the assisted living and memory care. The assisted living is better than the memory care. The assisted living provides better service. The memory care is more difficult for the staff; however, they are quite good. I fell the staff is overworked and there is not enough staff. I was not happy with the overall supervision of my loved one. My loved one had sepsis while the community. There were questions over where my loved one would be placed. The Head Nurse stated that they wanted him to go back to his private room, due to the memory care and medical issues. My loved one at this point, couldn't walk. I felt the memory care unit felt like an asylum. I understand that is very difficult and very expensive to care for these residents. I couldn't allow my loved one to go back there. So I decided to put my loved one in hospice. I feel like the staff were friendly and nice. I really liked the staff and nurses. I just didn't care for the Head Nurse. The Head Nurse didn't have empathy towards the residents. She felt it necessary to throw him into a room without the bed and this is after him moving from the Assisted Living from Memory Care. I was able to find someone in the Assisted Living area to find a bed and get my loved one settled. This experience affected my opinion on the community with the memory care and medical unit. The director who handled the finances was very helpful and nice.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
There are no activities happening in the memory care section as of [date removed]. They fired the activities personnel and are not replacing them. The website says there are full day therapeutic activities but that is NOT happening. The calendar on display looks great. However, 95% of those things listed are not happening. The residents are only watching television. There are no decorations in the lobby or on the windows. This used to be a fabulous place. But these last few months have been terrible Administrator and owner are NOT responding to family concerns.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
I toured the facility and overall was satisfied. I did find the rooms to be old since the facility was established in 1957 and they could use some updating. The studio is small and no kitchenette. On the positive side they have a nursing home attached should it be needed in the future and a memory care unit.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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