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Assisted Living, Adult Day Program and Memory Care
Our not for profit community offers supportive living environments as well as specialized care for those with memory loss. We also have an adult day program for those in need of care during the day or evening. Our goal is to provide residents with the very best quality of life.
Our Planetree Philosophy of Caring

We have adopted a philosophy of "resident-centered care" known as Planetree.  As a Planetree community, we partner with our residents and family members to identify and satisfy their individual needs and preferences. In addition to improving our residents' experience, we also focus on supporting the professional and personal aspirations of our staff members, who can more effectively care for residents if they are cared for themselves.  For more information about Planetree, click here.

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Connecticut (CT) Assisted Living Facilities Reviews

“Dear Perry,

Our heartfelt thanks are extended to you and your staff for all of your kind expressions of sympathy for our dear mother, Carmella (Millie) Longo.

It was on a cold January day in 2010 that we arrived at Mulberry Gardens. This was a place very foreign to an eighty-nine year old woman who was virtually independent. In her lifetime she did all the caring and now she was in need of care. With much apprehension she agreed to a trial period at your facility. We arrived late morning, and were warmly welcomed by smiling faces and open arms. She, in turn, admired the surroundings, the festive Christmas decorations and, of course, the cleanliness (which was of utmost importance to her) of the building.

Naturally, we are a bit biased about “Yellow,” however, everyone from the lower level up made a sincere effort and beyond to fill the void of having to leave a lifetime home. What transpired on that January day continued until July 16, 2011. The smiles, the hugs, the assistance from all departments, the encouragement along with the love and concern soon put any concern she had to rest.

When it became necessary for her to have her own permanent aide, she was never forgotten. As a matter of fact, it was your staff that continued to be responsive and accommodating. Much so, we believe our Mom thought of them as her adoptive daughters. She was always concerned about how they felt, if they were working too hard, and if their children and families were O.K. They displayed a love for her, and she truly loved them back. It was even in her darkest days, that she was able to give them a smile. To us, her family, this was all telling. Not only was everyone supportive to “Millie” but they fully understood and recognized what we were experiencing. It was here, at Mulberry Gardens, that our Mom was able to enter the final stage of her life with the love and dignity she deserved. As a family we thank you for your professionalism, kindness, and your friendships. ”

—Francine and Bob Holm, Nanciel and Louis Sarno, and family

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