Hamden, Connecticut is a a small suburb of New Haven. The area has a nice combination of suburban and urban personalities. In 2008, the city was ranked number 33 on Fortune Magazine’s “Best Places to Live and Launch”.
Hamden assisted living facilities belong to a community that is passionate about peace. In fact in the center of town, across from Freedom Park, is a fountain that asks for peace in many different languages.
Seniors living in assisted living in Hamden often enjoy the activities that take place on the campus of Quinnipiac University. There are also several parks that are perfect for exercising outdoors. The Sleeping Giant State Park and the Farmington Canal Trail are safe and conveniently located near town.
Deciding to move into an assisted living facility in Hamden is a difficult decision. If you or a loved one is making the move, the choice can often cause anxiety and stress. Facilities in the area are trained to help you through the entire process. Staff understands how difficult the decision can be and are available to help you every step of the way.
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