200 Bristol Glen Drive, Newton, NJ 07860
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I looked at 5 other facilities and we chose this community because it was updated and the friendliness of the staff members. The room sizes are great. According to my loved one, the food is good, it was prepared on site. The best part about this community was the residents here, when I moved my mother in they took her under their wing. I would absolutely recommend.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
They were wonderful! They had fantastic physical therapy. They have an intersting way they work activities instead of the whole building having activities they would do them in groups, it was much more intimate. The rooms were set up well and the staff was good. The twelve people in each wing would eat together, so they could get to know each other. The staff was consistently the same people. They were doing fun things with the therapy as well, wii bowling and things. They made it more interesting. They do outpatient too. I didn't have any problems with them at all.
Response from United Methodist Communities Bristol Glen a CCRCMay 26, 2016
Thank you for your warm review!
My aunt thinks the food is really good. The residents are open and inviting. The staff are wonderful. They do offer daily activities and she enjoys participating in some of them. The community is beautiful. When you visit you feel like you are at a resort and I would recommend this community.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
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