458 Jack Martin Blvd, Brick, NJ 08724
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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The whole staff go above and beyond to help you, including the directors. They get the struggle in regards to the pandemic. The nursing staff was wonderful. The feeling of home, from the second I walked in I could feel the warmth and it was the best feeling.
I think this is a residential type of environment. The facility is very clean, they have a bus for transportation and all their medical needs are met. I would highly recommend this community to others.
We chose The Chelsea at Brick because of the proximity to our house. The room sizes are a little on the smaller size, she is in a double. My mother in law loves the food, she talks about it all the time. She has a menu so she gets to pick what she eats, it is nutritious and healthy. Communication has been excellent from the staff members, especially with what has been going on. We love that we know she is safe and taken of. We would absolutely recommend.
I live out of state and although the circumstances right now are difficult with the lock down, the community puts a lot of effort into keeping families informed. The administrator sends out a daily email to the families with updates of what is going on in the community which I appreciate. Also, the nurse and administrator are readily accessible and promptly call me back, which is so helpful. The community seems more like a fancy hotel then other facilities we visited. The staff seem knowledge and are very friendly.
We experienced a very pleasant tour. [Name removed] was very informative and very helpful. Our family member seems to be borderline AL and Memory Care, therefore it has not been an easy chore picking the suitable facility yet.
My mom was at the Chelsea at Brick since March 2018. I couldn't of asked for a friendlier staff of caring individuals. They have treated us like family members since day one. My mom recently passed away and the outpouring calls and asking if we needed anything was incredible. The Chelsea is a clean, welcoming modern facility, I would recommend to any family.They have many activities to accommodate all.
Very good and informative visit. A pleasant place. We will schedule another visit
My Aunt has been at the Chelsea for three years ,her care has been Perfection beyond anything I could imagine the Chelsea and everyone of their employees have been so kind and caring and compassionate they treat my aunt just like she was part of their family. The care is wonderful, compassionate ,professional.. The food is terrific my aunt has enjoyed every minute being there. And now at the end my aunt is in hospice care and the Chelsea has been an angel in helping the transition I would highly recommend anybody that needs any kind of Assisted Living care do not consider any place but the Chelsea ,for your love one. Sincerely,[name removed]
I toured the Chelsea while looking at options for my husband. I thought it was very nice, and I liked that they had a little snack and coffee area available at all times. They seemed short staffed to me though, and I didn’t feel they had enough care available.
5 stars excellent. [Removed]was excellent in her presentation. Was very impressed with the facility and the rooms.
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