168 Red Schoolhouse Rd, Chestnut Ridge, NY 10977
Break away from the bustle and the noise of urban life and escape to Promenade at Chestnut Ridge — a quaint, cozy community offering assisted living services, located on a quiet street in Spring Valley, New York. Sit and enjoy lunch with your loved ones in our restaurant-style dining room, or marvel at our raised garden beds on the patio. Here, your time is to be spent however you wish.
At Promenade at Chestnut Ridge, we understand that assisted living isn’t always cheap. We want to help you with that, so we offer various financial options, such as Veterans Aid, Attendance Benefit Program, and New York’s Assisted Living Program, to eligible residents.
Your well-being is our top priority, which is why our specially trained staff is available 24/7 to assist residents around-the-clock. Medical services include assistance with daily living activities, medication management, and incontinence care, among other services. Physicians, podiatrists, and optometrists schedule regular visits to meet with residents to help ensure all receive the correct level of care.
All residents are offered three, healthy yet savory meals a day. Together, our chef and registered dietician, create an extensive menu that accommodates low sodium and sugar free diets, so...
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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We had the best time visiting at The Esplanade. We look forward to visiting again. The staff is always so welcoming - and Fun!
The place was very nice but the apts. do not have a kitchen. They only have a college room dorm refrigerator and a sink. ALso,the lower priced apts do not have a sitting area. More expensive than Five Star Premier Residence of Yonkers.
This was a nice looking community when we visited. The person that took is on tour was friendly. This community does offer transportation and seems to offer some nice amenities.
When touring, the main things we were looking at was price and care. This place was very nice and the staff were all very friendly, but the price of the care and medication plus the monthly fee were too much.
Everything the place is very nice. So far, we have no complaints. The meals are good and they have some activities which my loved one does partake in.
This community was my first choice, unfortunately it would not work out for what my mom needed. This community was clean and I loved the people.
So far everything is working out very well for my father here at this community. He has adjusted very well to it, and I'am pleased. The location of the community is close to me. It is a nice and clean community. He is around his fellow peers his own age. It is a great community, and has worked out well for us.
I am a daughter of a resident: I moved my Mom into Promenade at Chestnut Ridge 1.5 weeks ago. People are friendly and that there are a lot of activities. The place is bright & she is treated well. They have three meals a day. The facility is clean, spacious, and very bright with a nice outdoor area. Most importantly, the staff is great and I am especially impressed with Debbie [Removed] (Marketing) & Karin [Reoved] (RN) .
We toured Promenade at Chestnut Ridge while looking into care options for a loved one, and I thought it seemed like a very nice place overall, I got a good impression. It wasn't quite as fancy as some of the places we saw, but it was also much lower in price. The employee who gave us the tour was knowledgeable and helpful, and the place just seemed well run in general. I'd say it is worth a look!
The facility changed names so many times that it's difficult to know if it's under the same ownership or administration. However, having said that, while it was the Esplanade and subsequently the Promenade, the service left a lot to be desired. The lowest paid staff was adequate enough but due to language barriers they were unable to help the residents much at all. The senior staff however as well as the nursing staff was another story. I don't know why they have a nursing staff at all since they will not even attend to a bleeding wound, let it get infected, and then just send people to the hospital. They will not treat residents even to the extent of applying salve on festering scabs. The administrative staff is even worse. All they care about is money and how to charge as much as possible. This is a real "cancer" in the senior care industry. The owners sit in Boca Raton and Palm Springs and dictate to hired help to charge whatever they can and as often as they can. Unfortunately the government agencies that are entrusted with the duty to supervise the industry, only look at the nice decor and don't give a darn about the actual care provided to the residents. There is actually no adequate supervision of the entire industry. It's just a huge "rip off" and unfortunately the loved ones just pay and pay, and the residents suffer.
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