Assisted Living at Chartwell Allandale Station 

At Chartwell Allandale Station, our residents can choose from a variety of assisted living suites in studio layouts, which combine nutritious dining, household services, and modern amenities with dedicated support—from assistance with daily living activities to medication management. Specialized lifestyle programming and dining also take place in a dedicated dining room and lounge in our residence. 
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    Assisted living care services 

    For those individuals who desire extra support with activities of daily living, we offer safe and enriching options in our dedicated assisted living setting. Here, you or a loved one can benefit from a customized plan of care, with services delivered in the privacy of your suite by our team of caring and trained staff. With the goal of enhancing or maintaining your quality of life, your care support may include services such as medication management, nursing care, or assistance with your morning or evening routine.  
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    Specialized life enrichment activities 

    Did you know? Our assisted living residents enjoy a full calendar of optional specialized activities that are designed to keep your body active, stimulate your mind, and provide entertainment and time to socialize with friends. All of our activities are created with the interest, abilities, and preferences of our assisted living residents in mind. 
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    Dedicated assisted living amenities  

    In addition to our well-appointed studios, our amenities are designed for your unique needs and speak to a sense of safety, comfort, and overall wellness. Our specialized dining and life enrichment activities are carried out in our very own dining room, outdoor terrace, and activity room. You can also benefit from our therapeutic heated saltwater pool. 

How to start the conversation about senior living

Approaching the move to an assisted living environment with a loved one can be difficult. Our guide "Supporting a Loved One" explains how to respectfully raise the issue with an elderly spouse or parent and who can help make this transition easier. You are not alone in this thought process – we can help you navigate the options available.

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