3 Continuing Care Retirement Communities in Middlesex County, CT
To help you with your search, browse the 5 reviews below for continuing care retirement communities in Middlesex County. On average, consumers rate continuing care retirement communities in Middlesex County 4.4 out of 5 stars. Better rated regions include Suffolk County with an average rating of 4.4 out of 5 stars.
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Recent Reviews of Continuing Care Communities in Middlesex County
Review of Covenant Village of Cromwell
Covenant Village is very attractive, well-kept, and well-managed. The staff was very efficient and friendly. The highlight for me would be the variety of services. It was a good experience. Read more
Review of Essex Meadows
You will pay an initial purchase price at Essex Meadows and then pay monthly. The staff and the people we met, the general appearance, and maintenance of the facility were all nice. Read more
Review of Essex Meadows
This is a lovely facility to independent living. It becomes questionable for assisted living. My father needed to move to the nursing facility, and although he had paid for continuing care, I remov... Read more
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