Stoneridge Retirement Community

186 Jerry Browne Rd Mystic CT 06355

866-465-5993

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Description of Stoneridge Retirement Community in Mystic, Connecticut

At Stoneridge Retirement Community, we have a multitude of community features.

Dining Options

We provide residents with meals throughout the day.

On-Site Activities

We have specially curated on-site activities that stimulate both mental and physical health.

Indoor Common Areas

Indoor common areas are quiet and a nice place to enjoy the company of fellow residents or just to relax. Our community is secured to ensure the safety of our residents. Ground floor units are available.

Premium Amenities at Stoneridge Retirement Community

Personal Services

Offsite devotional services are offered in the nearby area.

Medical Care Services

Our staff is awake and available 24 hours a day to assist your loved one with any time-sensitive needs that may arise. Staff can engage in monitoring residents' blood sugar to tailor daily pill dosages. In addition to other transfer services, our community provides 1-person assisted transfers. Services include incontinence care for bladder-related symptoms.

Community highlights at Stoneridge Retirement Community

Community Certifications

We accept residents from the age of 62 and above.

Pricing at Stoneridge Retirement Community

Room Type
Monthly Range* (USD)

Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
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Private
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Semi-Private
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*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.

Reviews of Stoneridge Retirement Community

4.8 of 5 Average rating
14 Reviews
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(8) A Place For Mom
(6) SeniorAdvisor.com
  • Daughter of happy residents

    StoneRidge provides reassurance that my parents are happy and safe. For Mom (in her mid-70s), StoneRidge is a home where she can take aqua classes in the salt water pool or swim with the grandkids when they visit. She can take the grandkids to the Mystic Aquarium and Mystic Seaport. Mom also loves the parties... Memorial Day, July 4, Halloween, New Years, etc. For my Dad (in his late 80’s), StoneRidge is a home where he can participate in the balance classes a weekly tai chi group. He is active in a couple of StoneRidge committees and sings in the StoneRidge Chorus. He enjoys the concerts, parties and dinners at the Grille with my Mom and friends, but he can enjoy a slower pace than my Mom when he chooses. For me, StoneRidge is invaluable. Mom and Dad can age at their own pace…always on the same campus, together.

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Daughter of happy residents

    StoneRidge provides reassurance that my parents are happy and safe. For Mom (in her mid-70s), StoneRidge is a home where she can take aqua classes in the salt water pool or swim with the grandkids when they visit. She can take the grandkids to the Mystic Aquarium and Mystic Seaport. Mom also loves the parties... Memorial Day, July 4, Halloween, New Years, etc. For my Dad (in his late 80’s), StoneRidge is a home where he can participate in the balance classes a weekly tai chi group. He is active in a couple of StoneRidge committees and sings in the StoneRidge Chorus. He enjoys the concerts, parties and dinners at the Grille with my Mom and friends, but he can enjoy a slower pace than my Mom when he chooses. For me, StoneRidge is invaluable. Mom and Dad can age at their own pace…always on the same campus, together.

  • Collaborative Coordination

    Hospitality is a core value at StoneRidge and that is evident in the Dining Room. Watching the Dining Room Team is like watching a ballet that I call ‘Collaborative Coordination’. The Dining Room staff and management (who step into the server’s role whenever needed) work together seamlessly. The staff strives not only to meet the expectations of the residents but to exceed them. Each day: (a) residents are greeted warmly, by name and with a smile; (b) the servers frequently anticipate our wishes (habits!) and help us with the menu; (c) they pay attention to the details; and (d) the servers always ask “Is there anything else I can do for you?” In addition the Dining Room Team members support each other in a ‘collaborative coordinated’ manner that is evident, particularly when it is busy. For example when a server is not busy with her/his assigned tables it is not uncommon for them to: (a) pour water for residents just seated; (b) clear dishes from a table finished with the initial course; or (c) ask a busy assigned server if she/he could help: by (a) taking orders for and serving drinks to residents just seated; or (b) ask the assigned server if it would help if she/he took the orders for dessert then cleared the dishes and served dessert and coffee. The Dining Room Team provides enjoyable and responsive service. The ‘Collaborative Coordination’ among servers results in an extraordinary experience for residents, guests and Team members!

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Collaborative Coordination

    Hospitality is a core value at StoneRidge and that is evident in the Dining Room. Watching the Dining Room Team is like watching a ballet that I call ‘Collaborative Coordination’. The Dining Room staff and management (who step into the server’s role whenever needed) work together seamlessly. The staff strives not only to meet the expectations of the residents but to exceed them. Each day: (a) residents are greeted warmly, by name and with a smile; (b) the servers frequently anticipate our wishes (habits!) and help us with the menu; (c) they pay attention to the details; and (d) the servers always ask “Is there anything else I can do for you?” In addition the Dining Room Team members support each other in a ‘collaborative coordinated’ manner that is evident, particularly when it is busy. For example when a server is not busy with her/his assigned tables it is not uncommon for them to: (a) pour water for residents just seated; (b) clear dishes from a table finished with the initial course; or (c) ask a busy assigned server if she/he could help: by (a) taking orders for and serving drinks to residents just seated; or (b) ask the assigned server if it would help if she/he took the orders for dessert then cleared the dishes and served dessert and coffee. The Dining Room Team provides enjoyable and responsive service. The ‘Collaborative Coordination’ among servers results in an extraordinary experience for residents, guests and Team members!

  • Living at StoneRidge

    From the first, when [name removed], from marketing, took [name removed] and me on a tour of StoneRidge, we sensed this was where we belonged. We sensed we were home. We feel the same after a year and a half living here. There is a natural embrace about StoneRidge: The welcome, the campus, the buildings. We feel comfortable here. And to feel that way at a point of transition in one's life is to feel relief. The people? The staff is a remarkable group of individuals, interesting, friendly, compassionate, the world of humanity in miniature. And our fellow residents are extraordinary individuals from the worlds of academia, business, medicine, politics, and the arts. StoneRidge, the place, StoneRidge, the people even inspire me to poetry, some of which StoneRidge Crow's Nest has found worthy of publishing. Soon after moving here, I was encouraged to join the Library Committee, and the Gardens and Grounds Committee. I have since become StoneRidge librarian; and I actively help keep the campus weeded, and planted with trees and flowers. StoneRidge, the extended care retirement community that invites one come, live out, actively, or not, the remaining years of one's life. [Name removed] Resident since March 2018

    Review originally written on A Place For Mom

    Living at StoneRidge

    From the first, when [name removed], from marketing, took [name removed] and me on a tour of StoneRidge, we sensed this was where we belonged. We sensed we were home. We feel the same after a year and a half living here. There is a natural embrace about StoneRidge: The welcome, the campus, the buildings. We feel comfortable here. And to feel that way at a point of transition in one's life is to feel relief. The people? The staff is a remarkable group of individuals, interesting, friendly, compassionate, the world of humanity in miniature. And our fellow residents are extraordinary individuals from the worlds of academia, business, medicine, politics, and the arts. StoneRidge, the place, StoneRidge, the people even inspire me to poetry, some of which StoneRidge Crow's Nest has found worthy of publishing. Soon after moving here, I was encouraged to join the Library Committee, and the Gardens and Grounds Committee. I have since become StoneRidge librarian; and I actively help keep the campus weeded, and planted with trees and flowers. StoneRidge, the extended care retirement community that invites one come, live out, actively, or not, the remaining years of one's life. [Name removed] Resident since March 2018

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    • Stoneridge Retirement Community Amenities

      • Indoor Common Areas
      • Activities Onsite
      • Meals Provided
      • Swimming Pool / Hot Tub
      • Devotional Services Offsite

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