838 Fair Street, Carmel Hamlet, NY 10512
Plaza at Clover Lake is an assisted living community located in Carmel, NY. The city of Carmel is located in Putnam County and home to just over 34,000 people. Carmel is a small waterfront community with a golf course, library, shops and restaurants, where residents can go out for lunch, go shopping and catch a movie, or relax in our community.
Plaza at Clover Lake is committed to offering our seniors the highest level of care in a home-like setting. Our community has on-site care available around the clock for your loved one to assist with any needs that arise to give them an added sense of security and comfort. At Plaza at Clover Lake, our commitment is meeting the needs of our residents and our highly trained staff is available 24-hours a day should any need for assistance arise.
In addition to helping with all of the medical and physical needs or any request that your loved one might have, we are a very social group that encourages interaction between our residents. From game nights to movies and outdoor walks for exercise, we like to socialize and have fun. Some of the available amenities and activities we have include:...
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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I was impressed. Learned much about services related to transition to Medicaid. Very nice facility.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
The Plaza at Clover Lake is lovely. On the most part the staff is very caring. They need to work on communication within the facility and staff. And if your loved one gets ill they give you very little help. Meaning “Get it together or don’t let the door hit you as you leave. “ My mom was declining and needed a higher level of care So when she went to the hospital for a infection.... They told the hospital caseworker my mom was no longer welcome back Even though they accepted my moms rent check. I asked them to return it, we needed it to help get her in a long term facility ASAP. They said they No. BTW My family was willing to pay for extra help (aids) until a bed opened up in a long term facility. Unfortunately they left us high and dry. My mom really loved it there.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Aides are great, especially recreation. BUT senior staff are Not supportive, especially considering its $5,000/month. Food quality declined noticeable when head chef left, also most residents have grown obese since entering, as 3 meals of cheap carbs isnt for 80yr old.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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