Enhanced Care and Luxury Emphasized at the New Chelsea at Greenburgh Assisted Living Residence

Chelsea Senior Living’s newly completed Chelsea at Greenburgh, a luxury senior living residence, brings state of the art design, lifestyle and enhanced care features to today’s older Americans seeking more than just an apartment and three meals a day.

The three-story community with 101 residential suites will offer Assisted Living and Memory Care. It is located at 715 Dobbs Ferry Road on the former site of Frank’s Nursery. Final licensing by the NY Department of Health is expected any day, which will clear the way for new residents to move in. However, reservations are being taken now.

“This building has surpassed our expectations,” said Roger Bernier, President and Chief Operating Officer of Chelsea Senior Living. “Our team has spent the last two years forging partnerships with the Westchester senior community, first responders and care givers. We are happy to take our place here and look forward to providing an outstanding experience for our residents.”

“With robust safety protocols in place, we are able to provide a safe experience for visitors to help ensure the health of our residents and staff,” said Diane Mandracchia, Executive Director of the Chelsea. “We are providing safe, in-person tours with social distancing and other precautions. The health and safety of our residents and staff will be our Number One priority going forward.”

Chelsea at Greenburgh (Photo: Meyer Design)

In addition to modern amenities like a bistro, club room, art studio, salon, sports lounge, theater, fitness/rehab room and a separate dining room and program room for Memory Care residents, The Chelsea at Greenburgh will offer specialized services for residents with Enhanced Care needs. These services include, but are not limited to, assistance with injectable medications, complex diabetes management, assistance with walking and stairs, and admission to a hospice program. All care is supervised by a registered nurse who is on call 24/7.

“Making these enhanced care services available allows our residents to age in place in a homelike setting without frequent trips to hospitals and doctors,” said Ms. Mandracchia. “There’s a need for these services in assisted living and we are happy to provide them.”

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