Questions about Chateau Brickyard
Describe the overall population of independent living residents at Chateau Brickyard. What is their average age? What are their favorite things to do?
Chores? Don’t be silly, chores are for non-retired folks.
Okay, after you move in you may have a few chores.
You know, like getting together with your friends for a few hours of Canasta. Or some
Netflix binge-watching of your favorite show. Or attending a pottery lesson. Or hitting the local golf
course for eighteen (or thirty-six) holes.
Of course, those may not sound like traditional chores. But just for fun you can pretend they are!
It might go something like this: “Hey Betty, want to go do our chores today?” “Sure Doris,
let’s take the community bus to the movies to do our chores (snicker).”
You can leave the traditional chores to us. That way you can be 100% True Blue to yourself.
What places are nearby for independent living residents to enjoy?
We are neighbors with Brickyard shopping center. They have a Harmons, Kohls, TJ Maxx, Home Goods, Tuesday Morning, Dress Barn, 24 hour fitness and many more stores and amenities.
What are some recent off-site events that the community activity director at Chateau Brickyard has organized?
Movies, Wendover, plays, museums, zoo, aquarium, shopping, service projects, swimming, fishing and so much more!
What transportation services does Chateau Brickyard offer to independent living residents?
Transportation available Mon-Fri
What makes the chef or dining program at Chateau Brickyard exceptional? What kind of menu can independent living residents expect?
Restaurant style dining with several options at each meal.
What safety features or security measures does Chateau Brickyard offer to independent living residents?
Emergency pull cords in the bedroom and bathroom. 24/7 staff. Daily wellness checks.
Does Chateau Brickyard work with an agency or registry to provide nursing and medical assistance as needed?
On-site home health care office and doctors that do house calls.