The Support You Need
At Fox Trail, our mission is to provide exceptional senior living services to you or your loved one. We have accumulated a list of resources to help you with every step, from guiding residents through assisted living, to offering support information for caregivers and team-members.
The key to a thriving senior living community is ensuring that residents feel safe, healthy, and happy. Transitioning from independent living to assisted living can be difficult. Fortunately, Fox Trail is here to help make that transition easier. The following resources can be used to guide you, or your family through the senior living process.
Caregivers are a vital part of every one of our resident’s lives. With 20+ years of experience, we know just how vital caregivers are to the process of delivering exceptional senior living. We’ve compiled the following resources to ensure every caregiver receives the information, guidance, and care they need.
Our Partnership with Patriot Angels
“Patriot Angels is leading the change to help U.S. Wartime Veterans and Spouses get approved for their Aid and Attendance benefits by streamlining the application process and cutting through the red tape. This is a huge benefit to U.S. Veterans and their caretaking families”- Suzette Graham, Patriot Angels CEO
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Setting New Standards
SERVICES & EXPERIENCES
Residents can feel at home by taking advantage of our array of services, amenities, and experiences designed to be enjoyed with friends or in one’s own company.
We offer a number of activities, so every resident has the opportunity to join in on the fun. From on-site activities like gardening and bingo, to off-site events like going to the movies, we have something for everyone.
The Fox Trail Difference
We toured Fox Trail Memory Care Living – Green Brook. The facility was immaculate. What I liked best about it was that it was more of a home feel and not a facility. The rooms were pretty spacious. They were redoing the floors in some of the rooms. We saw one that had been remodeled. They had a dining area and a nice living space for the residents that was very spacious. I liked that they had round-the-clock care. And I thought that the facility was pretty secure. At that time, they were playing some cards. I think they were playing some kind of game. The staff seemed to be very nice. They all spoke to us. The director who was there came out of her office and introduced herself. I thought that the staff was very pleasant. The coordinator there just took so much time with us. The regional sales director was very friendly. She answered all of our questions and she didn’t press us for time. We stayed as long as we needed to.