4 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in New Haven County, CT

Pomperaug Woods

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
80 Heritage Road, Southbury, CT 06488
"We recently had a birthday party for my father at Pomperaug Woods. John , the Kitchen Director was more than accommodating and extremely helpful when our expected number of attendees more than..." More

The Watermark at East Hill

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
611 East Hill Road, Southbury, CT 06488
"During our visit at The Watermark, we thought that it was very pleasant. We enjoyed talking with the marketing person. The people living there seemed to be very friendly. The apartments had variety..." More

Elim Park Place

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
140 Cook Hill Road, Cheshire, CT 06410
"I visited Elim Park Place. I had lunch there and it was very good. The place was very clean and looked very well organized. The grounds were very pretty and very nice. I was visiting someone who is..." More

Evergreen Woods

Provides: Continuing Care Communities
88 Notch Hill Road, North Branford, CT 06471
"Very clean. The staff was friendly and helpful " More

Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in New Haven

  • Review of Elim Park Place

    They were very kind and attentive the day family members moved in. My Dad found a poker game to join. They enjoyed Thanksgiving in the Dining Room with my brother and sister, three days after the... Read more

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  • Review of Elim Park Place

    I visited Elim Park Place. I had lunch there and it was very good. The place was very clean and looked very well organized. The grounds were very pretty and very nice. I was visiting someone who is... Read more

    Peter
  • Review of Pomperaug Woods

    We recently had a birthday party for my father at Pomperaug Woods. John , the Kitchen Director was more than accommodating and extremely helpful when our expected number of attendees more than do... Read more

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