Laurel Circle Offers New Approach to Senior Living
Life Plan Community Dedicated to Helping Seniors Live Their Best Lives with Focus on Active Lifestyle, Well-being
Laurel Circle, a Life Plan Community, offers a progressive, new approach to senior living in an environment that emphasizes choice, well-being and independence with unlimited days of long-term health care.
Located in Bridgewater Township, named among the 10 Best Places to Retire in America according to Money.com, the intimate Laurel Circle offers a 202-residence community with a wellness center, fitness program directed by the National Institute for Fitness and Sports (NIFS), café, concierge program and an on-site health center nestled on 28 wooded acres with a distinctive design to promote a healthy and active lifestyle.
“Laurel Circle anticipates and meets the changing needs and desires that arise with aging, where the resident is always our priority,” said Laurel Circle Executive Director, Brian Alexopoulos.
“We are singularly focused on senior living and have extensive resources and expertise for combining beautiful design, comfort and exceptional hospitality with amenities and activities to meet any individual’s lifestyle,” he said.
Laurel Circle understands the relationship between good health and quality of life and offers a more comprehensive approach to wellness, active living and access to health care services that allows each resident to be in control.
A variety of attractive financial options ranging from refundable to traditional to rental are offered at Laurel Circle. Because Laurel Circle is a Life Plan Community, health services in assisted living, memory support and skilled nursing care are provided at a significant savings compared to similar options in other settings. In addition, its continuing care program is designed to protect residents against the increasing costs of long-term care providing a secured future with controlled and predictable costs.
Independent living options include two-bedroom villas and studio, one- and two-bedroom with den apartment homes ranging from 558 to 1,697 square feet, designed for personalized lifestyles.
On-site amenities at Laurel Circle include a wellness and fitness center, movie theater, bocce ball and horseshoe courts, restaurant-style formal and casual dining with chef-prepared cuisine, community center, library with computers, salon, resident gardens, concierge and transportation services in addition to a variety of programs and activities.
The Arbor at Laurel Circle health center offers a highly-designed and refreshing approach to high quality assisted living, short- and long-term skilled nursing, memory support providing Alzheimer’s and Dementia care and subacute and rehabilitative services. The Five Star-rated health center is resident-centered, reflecting the lifestyle and preferences of today’s older adult based on their personal goals and aspirations.
The Arbor at Laurel Circle accepts direct public admission, whether an individual is coming from a private home or being discharged from the hospital, and accepts Medicare, most insurance plans and private pay.
“Retirement is the time of one’s life to live each day fully and to choose things for personal enjoyment that also contributes toward enhancing health,” Alexopoulos said.
“This dynamic concept underscores the nature of Laurel Circle – truly a model for senior living – and the opportunities it provides for an enriching, healthy and secure senior lifestyle.”
Laurel Circle is managed by Life Care Services (LCS), a nationally-recognized leader of senior living communities nationwide, serving 33,000 seniors across 140 communities nationwide.
LCS is launching its EverSafe 360° program — setting a new safety standard for residents and staff — at the Laurel Circle community for addressing at the highest level the overall experience surrounding health, safety and well-being. EverSafe 360° includes improving air quality, partnering with national leaders to improve maintaining clean spaces and living quality, following guidelines from the LCS Medical Advisory Board comprised of doctors and clinicians, enhancing technology engagement for addressing isolation, and utilizing telemedicine.
Bridgewater is home to recreational parks, golf courses, the Somerset Patriots American Minor League Baseball team and TD Bank Ballpark, a wide variety of shopping, restaurants, and cultural events. Plus, with convenient access to major highways and local train stations, New York City is just a short trip away.
Laurel Circle is a 202-residence senior living community featuring top amenities and
The Arbor at Laurel Circle health center, which accepts direct public admission.
Nestled on 28 wooded acres at 100 Monroe St. in Bridgewater, N.J., Laurel Circle focuses on an active lifestyle, fitness and overall wellbeing, and offers independent living villas and apartment homes.
For more information visit laurelcirclelcs.com or call 866-754-5952.