Creamery Brook is sponsored by Pierce Care and located in Brooklyn, Connecticut.
Creamery Brook consists of 93 residences in the lovely northeast Connecticut town of historic Brooklyn"”minutes from Interstate 395, Routes 6 & 169 with easy access to Worcester, MA and the Connecticut shore. Creamery Brook is nestled in a meadow surrounded by beautiful trees and farms, sitting on a hill above its namesake brook. Creamery Brook is designed to be a community for those who seek the ease and security of retirement living amidst familiar surroundings and friends.
Creamery Brook offers spacious one or two bedroom apartment homes and cottages with two bedrooms and a den. Creamery Brook has a choice of programs for residency. The option that is right for you---that covers everything from utilities to luxury dining to housekeeping. By choosing Creamery Brook, you receive a core package of services that can be expanded should you ever need or want additional support in the future.
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Reviews of Creamery Brook Village
Creamery Brook Village36 Vina Lane BrooklynCT062341-855-840-7257$$
Oct 08, 2018 | Reviewed by Resident
I Am/Was A Resident Of This Facility
Building is decrepit. Heat and A/C are inadequate when they function. Floors are uneven and creak. Single, slow elevator is a bottleneck and a safety hazard. Roof leaks. No backup generator causing building to be dark, cold or hot in power failures and navigating apartments in the dark impossible. Water system often turned off for repairs. Inadequate hot water for bathing or washing. Inadequate laundry facilities with poor quality, often broken appliances. Food is institutional/hospital quality-yuck! Residents are unfriendly and are broken up into cliques. Staff has no emergency medical training-even Basic first aid, resulting in unnecessary deaths and injuries.
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