Assisted Living in Woodbridge, CT
The Linden at Woodbridge offers senior living services in Woodbridge, Connecticut.
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Care with a Whole Lotta Heart in Woodbridge, CT
The Linden at Woodbridge offers high-quality assisted living care in Woodbridge, CT in an inviting and peaceful home setting. We believe that with the right balance of care, you can live with a whole lotta heart, doing the things you love to do while taking care of your specific needs.
We offer personalized assisted living care in Woodbridge that meets residents where they are and get them where they want to go. Our life-enhancing care services are provided in the privacy of each resident apartment home, allowing our residents to fully embrace our activities and amenities. You are an individual, and we believe your care plan should reflect that. Assisted living care shouldn’t come in a one-size-fits-all package. Our focus at The Linden at Woodbridge is to develop a personalized care plan with a whole lotta heart that reflects your specific needs.
Our Woodbridge community can fully support residents with daily living activities, such as housekeeping services, transportation, and recreational activities. We have a tenured staff and experienced caregivers who provide services such as help with medication, bathing and dressing, and coordinating services with outside providers.
Personalized Senior Living Care that Feels Like Home
We customize our staff support, so you can live your life the way you want with the right care at the right time, delivered by the right people. We first start with a personal service assessment. During that time, we seek to understand your needs and then establish clinical, dining, and program support based on that information. Our residents and their families are partners in caregiving, and we look forward to developing relationships with them to create a warm and friendly community experience.
Our newly renovated senior living community is set in a lovely and private wooded area in Woodbridge, away from the hustle and bustle of city life but just minutes from the City of New Haven and all of its amenities. It’s the perfect location to relax and rejuvenate, while also knowing the services you want are just a stone’s throw away. For additional comfort and peace of mind, our community is near high-quality healthcare facilities at Yale-New Haven Health and Griffin Hospital. Assisted living costs are in addition to the monthly rent and are based upon an assessment of individual needs and preferences. Our staff will conduct an evaluation of services provided on a regular basis.
Signature Community Services and Amenities
The Linden at Woodbridge is proud to be a Leisure Care community, offering our residents exclusive services and amenities. We have a vibrant social calendar and events are truly resident-driven. Whether it’s an outing to The Yale University British Art Museum and the Yale Art Gallery, a wine-tasting expedition, a day at the Beardsley Zoo, or a trip to the Maritime Center, we do it all! Residents also enjoy a weekly lunch out, which often includes apple picking and ice cream stops.
Residents also have access to PrimeFit, Leisure Care’s national wellness program, designed specifically for seniors. Working closely with our dining program, residents enjoy comprehensive health and wellness services, to help them stay more independent for longer. Residents at The Linden at Woodbridge also have access to the Jewish Community Center next door to our community (open to all faiths). Through the membership, our residents enjoy fitness programs, aquatic therapy, spin classes, and more.
We invite you to stop by and join us for a meal and a drink on our spacious front porch. We can’t wait to welcome you home to The Linden at Woodbridge.
Assisted Living Services
- Activity and social planning
- Eating, drinking, and meal support
- Dressing assistance
- Mobility and escort assistance
- Showering and bathing
- Personal appearance and hygiene assistance
- Continence support and incontinence maintenance
- Communication assistance
- Cognitive support
- Health maintenance
- Care coordination
- Medication assistance
- Local transportation services
Assisted Living Apartment Features
- Spacious studio and one-bedroom apartments
- Kitchenettes with microwave and refrigerator
- 24-hour emergency communication system
- Bathrooms designed for comfort and safety
- Individually-controlled heating and air-conditioning
- Window coverings
- Smoke and alarm system
- Fire sprinkler system
Frequently Asked Questions
What is an assisted living community?
Assisted living is a type of senior living where residents receive assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs). Activities of daily living include bathing, grooming, dressing, meal preparation, and feeding assistance, incontinence care, safe restroom use, mobility assistance, and medication management.
How much does an assisted living facility cost per month in Connecticut?
The cost of assisted living can vary greatly depending on location, amenities, and services. According to the Genworth Cost of Care, the average cost of assisted living in the New Haven, CT area is 6,445 per month.
Are there any assisted living facilities in Woodbridge that take Medicaid?
Assisted living in Woodbridge does accept Medicaid. To learn more about eligibility requirements, contact The Linden at Woodbridge or visit the Connecticut Home Care Program for Elders (CHCPE).
Does Medicare cover assisted living costs?
Generally, Medicare does not cover assisted living costs. However, Medicare may. Visit the Connecticut Home Care Program for Elders (CHCPE) to learn more about eligibility requirements for Medicaid coverage of assisted living.
How do I get into an assisted living community with limited availability of funds?
Many families seeking assisted living experience sticker shock. It’s important to note that assisted living costs are often all inclusive so many of your monthly financial obligation will go away with a move to senior living. Families pay for senior care through selling real estate assets, long-term care insurance policies, veterans benefits, and more. To learn more, read our blog on “7 Ways to Pay for Senior Care”.
Can Social Security income help pay for assisted living?
Yes! Social security income can help pay for assisted living costs.
What is the difference between personal care and assisted living?
Personal care and assisted living are two terms often used interchangeably. However, there is a slight difference between the two types of senior living. Personal care communities include access within the organization to health care services or skilled nursing care. Assisted living services do not offer that level of care within the organization.
Hear From Our Staff
I like working at The Linden at Woodbridge because it’s a new experience for me. The staff is very friendly, the residents are fun to be around, and the atmosphere is peaceful.“Jerome H.
I enjoy working at The Linden at Woodbridge because I learn so much from the residents!“Stuart M.
It’s rewarding working here and helping my residents with their daily living. I love bringing a smile to their face, it brings a smile to my face!“Sue C.
The main reason I like working here is that I love all of the residents and the staff. I love making people happy!“Lilly L.
I like working here because of my residents and co-workers. It’s a friendly environment and a wonderful place for seniors to live and enjoy life! After 15 years of working here, I can’t see myself working anywhere else.“Melissa M.
I like working at The Linden at Woodbridge because of the residents. It brings me joy knowing my residents look forward to seeing me and receiving my help. I don’t just say they are my residents because they are also family. I’m grateful for the bonds built.“Samantha M.