Herbert T. Clark House - Assisted Living
NOTE! - Apartments Still Available! For an application, click here.
- Herbert T. Clark Assisted Living - Located next to Herbert T. Clark House, this facility provides 25 apartments and affordable assisted living care for senior citizens needing assistance with activities for daily living (ADL).
- Assisted Living Services provided by Utopia Home Care, Inc. include:
- Individual apartment accommodations with private kitchen and bath facilities;
- Housekeeping services, including bed change on a weekly basis;
- Weekly laundry service for personal laundry and linens;
- Scheduled transportation service for personal shopping, social and recreations events, health care appointments and similar needs.
- Maintenance service for residents' living units, including chore services for routine domestic tasks that the resident is unable to perform;
- Programs of social and recreational opportunities;
- Twenty-four hour a day attendants/security;
- Emergency call system;
- On-site washers and dryers sufficient to meet residents' needs;
- Community space to encourage gathering of resident population;
- On-site service coordinator
- Comfortable Living Space - Amenities include formal dining, lounge, recreation room, library and salon. Each apartment is has a kitchen with a microwave and refrigerator. All apartments have bathrooms with either a tub or roll-in shower. This beautiful community includes full landscaping around a serpentine walking path. This walking path will provide hours of leisure enjoyment to all residents. A local garden club of Glastonbury, Hill and Dale Garden Club, designed the gardens at the entrance of the community. Floor plans of the units can be found here.
Eligibility is based on income, up to 60% of the area median income. Income limits can be found here. Assisted living services are provided through the Connecticut Home Care Program for Elders (CHCPE), for which prospective residents must qualify or be eligible for spend down.
Admission Procedures: - Applicant must complete an application and be eligible for the the Low-Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program. Applicants should also be eligible for the CHCPE program; if they are not they can be admitted, provided that upon spending down their assets they apply and are accepted on the program. Each applicant will have a personal interview, including an assessment with the assisted living nurse, and a geriatric assessment completed by a clinician and physician team to assure appropriate and optimal transition to this community. The geriatric assessment will be an expense for the applicant.
More information on admissions can be found here.