From the Provider
At Spring Meadows, we believe retirement is an opportunity to live boldly -- to seek out new opportunities for learning, for growth, for discovery. Today's seniors are bringing a new attitude to retirement living -- they want to live where they can enjoy not just services and security but also independence, wellness, and lifelong opportunities for growth and learning. Here, we've created a community based on the latest research in successful aging, dedicated to helping our residents make the most of retirement.
You can be assured that Spring Meadows provides the quality personal care assistance that will allow you to remain as self-reliant as possible while living in a supportive environment.
*This community is not certified to accept Medicaid payment.
Reviews of Spring Meadows at Trumbull
Average Rating: based on 4 Reviews
I visited this facility
A vibrant ALF with good culinary choices, diversified activities, clean environment, attentive staff, reasonable costs and collaborative planning with families.Highly recommend this experience for seniors
I am/was a resident of this facility
I live in Trumbull and chose Spring Meadows because it is in our town. It has a lovely environment and I had an ample space in my apartment. The people are very friendly and their food is good. They have a whole lot of activities and every day they have exercises, card playing, shows and sometimes even go out for entertainment.
I visited this facility
For the first Saturday of every month, my church youth organization and I would visit Spring Meadows to entertain the residents. The facility always appeared to be clean, beautifully designed, and well-furnished. The flowers, sprawling staircases, and chandeliers made the facility a beauty. The staff was always kind and helpful. The dining staff would always bring delicious, baked cookies and beverages for us. The residents were always respectful, and encouraging. The staff also helped introduce each resident to one volunteer. This made it easier for everyone to become well acquainted. On another occasion, I received the opportunity to volunteer for Spring Meadows. When I visited the facility to complete an application, the front desk receptionist was courteous and helpful. She immediately handed me an application, answered any questions I had, and even offered to give me a tour of the facility. Although I received a call to volunteer, school and other priorities made it impossible to do so. In the near future, when I have more free time, I plan to volunteer.
I am a friend or relative of a resident
When my aunt's illness became too intense for her to remain at home, she was moved into their assisted living area. She was resistant to the idea, but after about two weeks there, she was extremely happy. I visited her this past month and she was very pleased with the location and their amenities. She was happy with how they served dinner in a family restaurant environment and was very engaged in the activities they offer. Her condition leaves her out of breath with any sort of physical activity, but she enjoys the group discussion on current events as well as the game days designed to stimulate conversation. As far as care goes, she is very particular and I expected complaints, but heard none. She states the staff respects her privacy but at the same time is responsive to her needs. Knowing how selective she is, I'm willing to give them my highest endorsement.