From the Provider
Unlike many other Jersey Shore assisted living centers, we offer private apartments for comfort and dignity. Residents are encouraged to decorate with favorite possessions from home, so each apartment feels warm and personal.
Thanks to our location on the Seabrook campus, residents are free to explore a wealth of top-notch amenities, activities and social opportunities.
Reviews of Seabrook - Tinton Falls
Average Rating: based on 3 Reviews
I visited this facility
This is an amazing facility! The staff really seems to care about all of the residents and the are taken great care of.
I visited this facility
My grandmother was a patient at this facility for several years. I actually delivered flowers to Seabrook Village during this time, as well, and therefore had a good view of the facility, including behind the scenes and interacting with staff.The staff was attentive and friendly, the patients were well cared-for, and the facilities were top-notch. Renaissance Gardens is the managed care wing of Seabrook Village and this is where my grandmother was cared for; but I also know a patient who is a friend of the family who lives in the independent living section.The dining halls are very nice, and the food is surprisingly pretty good. The residents of the independent living section can live in their own suites, so it's more like a hotel with medical care available on call should the need arise.The wing for more serious cases, where my grandmother was, was separate and the patients were separate from the rest of the facility (which is ite large, and has very nice grounds with excellent landscaping). My grandmother has very severe Alzheimer's, so her experience included constant monitoring and care. Nonetheless, she seemed to do well there, and I never had any reason to believe her care was lacking in any way.
I am a friend or relative of a resident
The apartments were very nice, with a relatively spacious living room, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, office space. Each bathroom came with a cord to pull that would bring attendants to your room if pulled for emergencies (they would be there in a matter of minutes). The staff also accommodated varying degrees of need from residents, from none to a lot. The facility population was large, and likewise there were multiple buildings to accommodate this, as well as multiple dining rooms to eat in (and a cafeteria area). One complaint was the food, which often didn't taste very good, one common complaint being too salty. The service and wait staff was excellent, however. Other amenities included an exercise room, indoor pool, and computer room, and there was even a TV show they filmed on site daily that would have features like weather and interviewing some of the residents. There was also a shuttle that would take residents to and from places like shopping areas (one of which was not far from the facility).