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Prices for Assisted Living in Newark start at $2,999.00.
"My father-in-law is in an assisted living faciliy at Branchbrook Park Manor. He has been there for two years. The cost was mainly the reason why we put him there. The cost was within our parameters..." More
"Roseville Manor was great! Their rooms were small but the people there were welcoming, informative and respectful to our needs. I was able to see a gym for their residents and they also have an..." More
"My mother and I were both hesitant about assisted living but suspected it would be the right thing in the long run--we were right. Mom has been at Emeritus for a year now and we are both quite..." More
"This is a beautiful, homey facility. The staff is caring and attentive and works hard to keep residents happy and as involved with life as they want to be. The They are very open to suggestions and..." More
"Brighton Gardens is very nice. There is always somebody on the desk to tell you what's going on. There is a big great room on the right hand side where the residents eat breakfast, lunch, and..." More
"I am very happy and pleased with the care my mom, Stella, receives at Horizon Manor North. Since her admission in 2007 to the facility, she has celebrated her 100th Birthday this year (2015) in..." More
"Spring Meadows Summit looked nice, but it felt a little cold, and it would cost another thousand dollars a month. The staff was fine. I would recommend this facility. It was good. There was nothing..." More
"My husband's relative is in Atria Cranford now, and it's very much like living in a hotel. It's really very nice. They have a lot of amenities and a lot of activities for the residents. The staff..." More
"The Solana Roseland is more than adequate for my mom. They had a lot of ways to show that they care for the residents as well as the family because they include me with everything. In two months,..." More
"I was able to visit Brighton Gardens, and the facility is very nice. They do have a wide variety of activities for their residents. I didn’t see anything that needed improvement. Everything was..." More
"The staff at Sunrise of Edgewater couldn't be nicer. They gave us a nice tour and sat down with us to go over the options. It was a very clean place. I didn't see any activities because we went at..." More
"Brookdale Florham Park is clean and fresh. The people are very nice. It is reasonably priced. The staff is wonderful. They are friendly and kind. They have activities like card games, mahjong, and..." More
"My mom moved in a few months ago and is very happy. We are too! She loves it and has made many new friends. She enjoys the outings, especially Trader Joe's and Kohl. Place is very clean, food is..." More
"Signature Senior Living is a good facility, and we love it. The food is OK. The people working here is very nice. My impression of the place is positive. The surrounding is fine. The only negative..." More
"My mom will move into Juniper Village at Chatham. I think it is beautifully done, and the care in the community seems exceptional. The facility itself is designed to be as homelike as possible. It..." More
"Sunrise was OK. The rooms were a little bigger. The staff was very good. The dining area is very nice but I wasn’t able to try the food. The residents were an older group and seemed complacent.
"We have found a facility for my mother-in-law, and she has already been placed there in Chelsea at Montville. The facility is very good. I'd describe it as very homey inside. It's a small community..." More
"It is a Brookdale community in Paramus (Emeritus at Paramus). The staff is very informative about the programs that they offer, and they also helped us with some VA benefits. The place itself is..." More
"My mom was at Brighton Gardens for a couple of weeks, and then she passed away. I had co-workers who had parents there. It was very cheerful and welcoming. The staff was outstanding; they had a..." More
"Mom is in Emeritus at Wayne and we get Medicaid. If you’re there for two years, you then get priority to those beds and the distance from my husband was something important. I wanted the minority..." More
"Sunrise at Sheepshead Bay is fabulous. I visited two locations for Sunrise, and both are great. They have very good service, and it is very clean. They are really good and very attentive. I went..." More
"Sunrise at Mill Basin was a very nice place. The staff was very cooperative and very nice. We have no problem with them. The rooms/apartments were actually beautiful. They were freshly painted and..." More
"My son will be moving on Monday to Sunrise. I chose it because there is a number of other men there of same age as my son, and they do have a lot of activities. He has a private room, and I think..." More
"We visited Sunrise of Paramus. It was nice. I thought the facility was a bit more upscale too. Actually it was more expensive, but there was not enough outside space. For any residents, they really..." More
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