Developed in stages beginning in 1967, The Allendale Community for Mature Living has evolved into a full-service senior campus where residents enjoy a customized lifestyle tailored to meet their specific personal preferences and healthcare needs. While each residence provides its own distinct services, the Community's programs and activities are interconnected, as required or desired. This ensures a seamless transition from one level of living to another as an individual's needs change throughout the natural aging process.
The Allendale Community's primary goal is to maximize each resident's independence while
providing a comfortable, gracious club-like environment. In addition, programs and
services are designed to help residents achieve their full potential and remain as
active and as involved as possible. In many cases, those who begin their residency at
The Community because of a need for 24-hour skilled nursing care, provided at
The Allendale Nursing Home, seamlessly relocate to Carlton Court or
The Atrium Assisted Living as they regain their health.
Founder and President of The Allendale Community for Mature Living, is an acknowledged eldercare and senior housing pioneer. He is widely recognized for his visionary efforts to establish one of the first senior campuses where older adults can age in place near the comfort and familiarity of family and friends. Today, The Allendale Community for Mature Living's senior residences, The Atrium Assisted Living, Carlton Court, The Allendale Nursing Home and The Rehabilitation Center, offer an ease of transition from assisted living and memory care to long-term and subacute care while serving as a model for similar campuses nationwide. Throughout the course of his celebrated 50-year professional career, Dr. Giancarlo has been widely recognized for his achievements in the medical field as a prominent E.N.T. surgeon at New York Eye and Ear Hospital, where he served as the former Chairman of Otolaryngology. In 1991, the specialty hospital established The Hector R. Giancarlo, M.D. Center for Communicative Disorders in his honor. In addition, Dr. Giancarlo formerly served as a board member and president of the N.J. Department of Health's licensing board for nursing home administration.
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