Assisted Living Community in Bridgewater, NJ
A helping hand to support your independence.
There may come a time when you or someone you love needs a helping hand with daily activities, such as bathing, dressing, getting out of bed or taking medication. The compassionate staff at The Arbor, our on-site health center and assisted living community, can provide as much or as little assistance as you need.
Our goal is to support your independence and well-being, while offering personalized assistance in the privacy of your own apartment. Staff members are available to help night and day, and a licensed nurse is on duty 24/7.
Assisted living at The Arbor is growing.
Our assisted living neighborhood at The Arbor, our top-rated health center, is expanding! Thoughtfully designed apartment homes will begin construction in January 2024 – but the time to secure your apartment home is now.
We encourage residents of our assisted living community in Bridgewater, NJ to engage in activities that are fulfilling and purposeful, and to take advantage of the many services and amenities available at Laurel Circle.
Learn more about our senior care services conveniently located in Bridgewater, NJ. Get in touch.
Activities to engage mind, body and spirit.
From fun and fitness to music and movies, there’s something for everyone.
- Assistance with bathing, dressing and personal care
- Medication management
- Diabetic care
- Licensed nurses on-site 24/7
- Transportation to medical appointments
- Three chef-prepared meals daily
- Housekeeping and laundry service
- All utilities (except telephone)
- Communitywide Wi-Fi
- Basic cable television
- Social, cultural and recreational activities
- Fitness classes with certified instructors
- Emergency call system
- 24/7 security
- Private suites
- State-of-the-art fitness center
- Multiple dining venues
- Arts and crafts studio
- Postal services
- Salon/spa and barbershop
- Walking paths
- Resident gardens
Introducing Kim Dolphin, Assisted Living Manager
Kim’s role is to assist residents and their families with the transition to assisted living. Kim also provides support throughout the time a resident lives in assisted living and acts as a liaison between residents, staff, and internal and external parties.
Kim has 10 years of experience working in senior care. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Social Work and is passionate about ensuring residents have the best quality of life possible.
In her free time, Kim enjoys spending time with her husband and her dog.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is assisted living?
Unlike independent living, assisted living communities are designed for seniors who need some assistance with daily activities but don’t require care in a skilled nursing environment. If you’re having difficulty getting dressed, bathing, walking, managing medication, or with other activities of daily living (ADLs), Laurel Circle can provide the help you need while still allowing the freedom to do what you please and participate in programs and activities at our community.
How do I know when I or someone I love needs assisted living?
It’s best to start with a physician’s assessment. Depending on the circumstances of your situation, or that of your loved one, you can match needs to the right level of assistance. Trained professionals provide support while helping you preserve your independence.
How do I select the right assisted living community?
When searching for assisted living, it’s important to find a community that offers both the care and lifestyle you’re looking for. Experiencing the community firsthand can provide the best understanding of what the community offers. When you visit the community in-person, you’ll be able to experience the residences and common spaces, see programs and activities in action, meet team members and residents, and ask any questions you might have.
What if my loved one needs more than what’s provided in assisted living?
At Laurel Circle, we offer continuing care. In addition to assisted and independent living, we provide memory care, skilled nursing and rehabilitation. These levels of living provide around-the-clock care for residents recovering from illness or injury, or those needing more long-term care or support.