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Silverwoods provides total living and care options. We can make your search for senior living an easy one. We are located in Toms River, NJ. Medical facilities, outdoor activities, shopping and restaurants are all conveniently located nearby. Residents always have options when they’re looking for something fun and exciting to do outside of the community.
Come join us at our community and you will discover that the quality of life we offer has been perfected through the options that we offer to our residents. We encourage our seniors to personalize and decorate their suites with their favorite furnishings from home. Residents enjoy old hobbies and discover new ones through the social activities.
Silverwoods Independent Living and Senior Apartments
We provide quality independent living and senior apartments at Silverwoods by empowering our residents to maintain their independence, while enjoying an active social life.
There are numerous styles of private and semi-private senior living residences available here. Residences have living room, bathrooms, and activities areas. Our experienced staff share the passion for making sure all Toms River residents enjoy a high quality of life. We develop relationships one resident and one family at a time. The selection of meals at Silverwoods are the results of many years of experience crafting menus. Our cooking staff constantly strives to make sure the dining experience is the best at our community.
Silverwoods Amenities & Services
Senior-Friendly Bathrooms, Activities, Socialization, Common Areas and other perks are available to all residents. Seniors enjoy the comfort of their new home while our friendly, well-trained staff is available for anything they may need or want.
We know that seniors need varying degrees of help as they get older, but still want to feel independent. Our facility has Building Maintenance, Security and other assistance. We try to make sure that each resident is able to maintain a full life while staying with us.
Residents enjoy of a full schedule of social, educational and entertaining activities. Our structured program helps all residents maintain a high quality of life. Many of our activities encourage members to socialize and develop friendships with other residents. We make sure the activities are fun and entertaining.
If you have interest in visiting our community in Toms River and would like to have a closer look, just give us a call at (800) 755-1458 to schedule an appointment.
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Silverwoods – Reviews
If I could I would give 0 stars. The food is horrible. You have to pay for every little thing ex pool,activity,bus. all that after they just raised everybody's rent 700 dollars a month. Totally taking advantage of the senior population. do your self a favor and look elsewhere. They will tell you how great it is to get you in there.
I am writing this review based on my experience and John Craig McAteer's experience. From the first meeting with Angela for the tour we found her and other staff members to be very helpful and professional. Angela always took the time to answer our questions and provide additional information if needed even if we asked the same question a few times. Craig has yet to move into his apartment and we feel very comfortable that these types of services and interactions will continue. Thank you Angela and staff!!
The management is horrendous The food is downright terrible, If you want quiet This is not your place-It is noisy everyday(landscapers,people who do work in front of their Apts all day, every day. The Maintenace people are slobs(leave a mess all the time when doing work.It will be a great day when I move out!
I am 51 years old and a spinal cord injury has left me unable to care for myself. My insurance Medicaid and Medicare pay for me to be here and I couldn't survive on my social security disability so I am kind of stuck. I am very happy with the people that actually do the housekeeping, food, nursing services but the management is always lacking. The heads of these services housekeeping management and maintenance have no communication and do not teach any of their employees about resident rights or even human rights. Most of the beautiful capable employees don't need that but there are always some. All of these services are taught that their jobs are more important than the people. They just walk in your room. Even use their keys to unlock my door. The whole place is set up for these jobs and not at all for the residents. They never have enough help so they can never quite do the jobs they need to do. They make rules they cannot possibly make and then use fear to get obedience. They lie to the elderly residents here. I attended a resident counsel meeting where the whole body of people asked for music in the dining room and were told yes they would have music. Cheers all around. So there was music during lunch. When I asked why there was no music during dinner. I was told it's because of covid. When I said then why did you promise the people there would be music? She looked me right in the eye and told me I didn't promise them music at dinner. That decision is made because it's too difficult to run the music during dinner because there is nobody here after 4:00. Because we all know how difficult it is to set a timer on a music program on a computer. Again something she was fully aware when she made the promise. I feel sorry for the others.
Staff is very friendly and helpful! Highly reccomended.
My husband and I toured many facilities and decided on the haven. It proved to be the best place for the care of my mother in law. We do not worry because she gets exceptional care and they are extremely kind and caring
Happy with this choice from the very beginning. Highly recommend for families looking for assisted living and for future rehabilitation
Unfortunately, "The Haven" cannot accommodate our mom without the family hiring a 24/7 aide to live in her apartment, taking away half of her space. Also, if the aide doesn't want the food served in the dining room, we would have to food shop for her. Therefore, after much back and forth, it was decided that mom remain in Arbors.My husband gave notice that he would have his mother out by Sat., Aug. 22nd. The Marketing Director, not wanting to lose his "private pay" suggested that he take an extension of his notice, that he could pay each day he went over the Aug. 22nd date. We decided we were not going to pay The Haven and Arbors, which is the case right now. My husband also does not want to hire an aide and end up paying the same amount that Arbors would get.Unfortunately, there are employees with so-called titles after their names that really do not belong working with residents and their families. The "regular" employees, for the most part, are absolutely competent and caring.We could mention a handful of these "titled" employees but there is one that has been a nightmare for this family this entire week. The employee is "Administrator in Training." I believe the company has overlooked some areas of training. This person is not compassionate nor is she understanding; she is mean and stone-faced We have heard families refer to her as the dragon-lady.She has family members and employees alike shaking in their boots and looking over their left and right shoulders to see if she is around. Way to go!!!!! We needed some assistance with a few things and she raised her eyebrows at us and apparently "warned" her employees not to be in contact with the family. We had offered some furniture we thought could be used in The Haven but we believe that was not to her liking; therefore, we offered the furniture to Arbors and they were more than happy to accept it.There are many incidents that have occurred in The Haven but this one is one that is well worth noting. Compassionate, understanding, caring and smiling faces are the qualities that the employees at The Haven should possess. They are dealing with a variety of sensitive situations involving residents and their families. For that matter, the working environment would be pleasant without these nasty and mean so-called "titled" employees!Admin. in Training went into mom's apt. on Thurs, the 20th - apparently for her walk-through and left the blinds pulled up to the top of the windows. There were still personal items in that apartment. Also, her walk-through should NOT have been done until the last paid day for that apartment.Different people have different experiences. Unfortunately, some of our experiences have not been pleasant for a private pay family -- it would not be pleasant for any family, private pay or not.