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Welcome to Bristol Glen

Bristol Glen, a Continuing Care Retirement Community in Sussex County, offers a full continuum of service. These include independent living, residential living, assisted living, memory support, respite and hospice care. For those needing a nursing home level of care, skilled nursing is also available, which includes long-term care and short-term rehabilitation. This complements our outstanding team of professional caregivers, which enhance the quality of life for our residents.

The community sits on 74 bucolic acres of woods and meadows, surrounded by mountains, lakes and state parks including Kittatinny and High Point. While rural, major highways and roadways are easily accessed.

A plethora of amenities reflect the small town conveniences of a bank, bistro, country store, restaurant-style dining rooms, a private dining room, Town Hall, Activity Center, library with computer stations, butterfly garden, community vegetable garden, raised bed garden, patios, outside and underground parking, beauty and barber salon, wellness center, exercise room, physical therapy center, porches, courtyards, gift shop, chapel, and apartments with balconies and beautiful views.

Bristol Glen residents benefit from the Fellowship Fund, which assures that they will never be asked to leave due to the inability to pay the total cost of caregiving. The Homes’ aging-in-place approach to senior care also has advantages. This less restrictive caregiving model does not require a resident to move from an apartment to secure support, even as needs change. Additionally, the continuum of care permits residents to have all of their health needs fulfilled at Bristol Glen.

Resident surveys have consistently demonstrated exceptional satisfaction. Personal and health care services include housekeeping, medication assistance, health monitoring, reminders for all activities of daily living, personal care, and more. Aging-in-place creates an environment that enhances a person's dignity, choice, independence, stability, and privacy. It matches professional services with the needs of an individual rather than a "one size fits all" approach.