Are you wondering if assisted living is the right choice for you? Are you a caretaker who needs a break for business or personal reasons? If the answer to either of these questions is yes, then a trial stay at Chelsea Senior Living in Shrewsbury might be the right choice for you.
Just like the name suggests, a trial stay is a short-term stay in a senior living facility. People choose these trial stays, also known as respite stays for a variety of reasons. Savvy seniors may select trial stays at a number of different facilities before deciding on the appropriate assisted living facility for them. Caretakers may choose respite stays for elderly relatives to ensure that their daily living needs are being met when the caretaker is unavailable. Whatever your reason for wanting to give Chelsea at Shrewsbury a try, we are happy to provide you and your loved ones with the high-quality care Chelsea is known for, whether the stay is short-term or long-term.
My first impression was that the community was attractive and I felt confident that I would be taken care of here.
The Chelsea at Shrewsbury Trial Stay Program
What can you expect from a short term stay at The Chelsea at Shrewsbury? Nothing short of our very best. The Chelsea Respite Program provides residents with: well-appointed, fully furnished apartments or suites; 24-hour staff and emergency response; assistance with personal care and daily living; medication management; three gourmet meals each day; scheduled transportation; social programming; on-site physical therapy, occupational therapy, and salon services; and even memory care programming. In fact, trial stay residents have access to the entire range of services available for full-time residents, which is why many respite care residents end up choosing The Chelsea as their permanent living facility.
If you have any additional questions or would like to schedule a tour of the Chelsea at Shrewsbury, please contact us:
The Chelsea at Shrewsbury Sales Office:
515 Shrewsbury Avenue
Shrewsbury, NJ 07702
Executive Director: Rich Johnston