Princeton Care Center Offers A Lifestyle That Feels Like Home
To learn more about our Long-Term Care Services, please contact us at (609) 924-9000.
We at Princeton Care Center take pride in our ability to provide residents with high-quality care. Our facility is consistently inspected by the Department of Health and has passed every inspection to date. Our goal is to ensure that our residents and their families are always beyond satisfied with our services. We offer a variety of long-term care services and support that we personalize for each resident, including Assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs).
Examples of ADLs include:
- Using the Toilet
- Dealing with Incontinence
Our certified staff can also help residents with everyday tasks, referred to as Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs):
- Managing Money
- Taking Medications
- Making & Cleaning Up After Meals
- Caring for pets
Why does Princeton Care Center differ from other New Jersey care facilities?
- We are family owned and operated
- All of our staff is hired by our facility—we never utilize outside hiring agencies
- We have the same caregivers day in and day out
- We believe in the continuity of care so our residents can build personal relationships with their caregivers
- We offer rehabilitation services seven days a week
Our Focus is Our Residents & Their Families
As a family owned and operated business, we make it a priority to ensure that our residents and their families always receive an immediate response from our staff in the event you have any questions or concerns. We are constantly striving to perfect the art of superior customer service and hospitality. Our 65,000 square foot facility is located in Princeton Township and is near the Route 1 corridor at the epicenter to Manhattan and Philadelphia. All residents have the option to live in state-of-the-art private or semi-private rooms that boast elegant social, rehabilitation, and recreation space. Our three-story building has exceptionally landscaped grounds and patios to enhance residents’ lives.