55 John E. Horton Blvd, Hebron, CT 06248
Colebrook Village provides a host of community features for those seeking independent living, memory care, or assisted living services. Our purpose-built community was constructed to provide specialized care to meet residents’ day-to-day needs. In addition to assistance with activities of daily living, we offer regularly scheduled activities as well as off-site experiences and trips.
We want residents to have access to everything they need, both inside and outside of our community. Even better, we invite residents’ loved ones to visit with ease and even offer free guest parking. See what Colebrook Village at Hebron can do for you and your family today.
Among several personalized services, we provide a restaurant-style dining experience with a personal chef and kitchen staff who prepare three meals each day. In addition to proper nutrition, we have specially curated on-site activities that stimulate both mental and physical well-being.
Our community also offers a healthy living program to residents which promotes cognitive, dietary, and physical health — a holistic approach helping to ensure residents live their best and healthiest lives. We even offer classes in our fitness center organized by our life enrichment director who works in coordination with an on-site clinical exercise physiologist....
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
*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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Make sure you stay on top of the medical staff, communication between the staff is not good and that needs to improve. The community is a beautiful place and my loved one is very happy. I would recommend if you are going to be on the ball about your loved ones care.
This was a nice one, similar to the place we ended up. Our virtual tour was very nice. The facility seemed clean and organized. I didn’t get to interact with a lot of people there, but the ones I did talk with were nice and kind, including some of the activities staff. In the end, we chose a place that was more conveniently located to my work.
We chose this community because of the location, it was also a nice facility. The food there was very good, there was a lot of variety. The room sizes are very nice and spacious, my mother in law has a 1 bedroom apartment with a full kitchen and a deck . It was better than any apartment I have ever lived in. The other rooms I have seen such as the studios are nice as well. Our favorite part about this facility is they do things to get the families involved. They have a lot of family activities and the whole family enjoys going.
Beautiful Facility; [name removed] said she could picture us living there. Lunch they provided was very good; not typical "cafeteria" food. Scot was very informative & answered our questions. The staff we encountered during our visit was pleasant.
The other reviews are a bit unfair as they are only looking at things from the surface. The staff and facility is fantastic and have been instrumental in keeping my family member's meds in check as well as maintaining a normal healthy life. Very upbeat facility compared to others.
Nice facility and staff. Costs a little high.
Beautiful facility however it is too out of the way and at this point, there are not many residents there. This is not the right place for my parents.
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