Clarendon Difference

The Clarendon Difference


When your loved one moves into Clarendon Assisted Living, you will have peace of mind that he or she is not only well cared for, but that we are looking out for his or her best interests at all times.
Check out what makes us different: 

Advocacy for Residents
When your loved one moves into Clarendon Assisted Living, you will have peace of mind that he or she is not only well cared for, but that we are looking out for his or her best interests at all times.

Daily Charting
By keeping up-to-date records of each resident, we have a full picture of their condition at all times. Most importantly, this helps us avoid costly and potentially traumatic hospitalizations, readmissions, and stays in a rehabilitation facility.

Personalize Dining
At Clarendon Assisted Living, we are proud of the variety and quality of meals, prepared from fresh ingredients in our very own kitchens. We like to say that Clarendon residents don’t just eat, they dine!

Activities and Programs
Under the direction of Activities Director Rebecca Levi, Clarendon’s activities program provides residents with a level of stimulation beyond their basic care needs.

Night Staffing
At Clarendon Senior Assisted Living, we offer awake night staffing options at a fraction of what you would pay with an in-home care agency. We can incorporate this into our existing staffing structure in order to make it easier on the residents and their families.

Hospice and Palliative Care
Individuals that are not quite ready for hospice may benefit instead from palliative care, a transitional phase of care that emphasizes comfort measures, while allowing underlying conditions to still be treated.

Optional One-on-One Care
When residents at Clarendon require this additional care, it can be arranged for significantly less than most home care agencies and private caregivers, as we can incorporate it into our existing staffing structure.

Family Support Group
Here at Clarendon Assisted Living, we like to say that we do not only care for our residents, but for our residents’ families as well.