Seabrook's Most Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Q:

    Do I have to already live at Seabrook to come to the continuing care neighborhood?

    A: Not at all. We accept all people 62-plus in our continuing care neighborhood, even if you don't live at Seabrook.

  • Q:

    What's a continuing care retirement community? Why does it matter?

    A: Seabrook is a continuing care retirement community, which means we offer several levels of care on-site including Assisted Living. Even if you never require more advanced care (most Seabrook residents don't), it's a comfort to know it's available.

  • Q:

    What's the difference between independent living and continuing care?

    A: With independent living, you'll continue to enjoy the active life you're used to—just without the hassle of maintenance. As a continuing care retirement community or CCRC, we also offer a neighborhood for more advanced support should you ever need it. This neighborhood offers assisted living, short-term rehab, respite care and long-term care.

  • Q:

    Who decides what type of care I need?

    A: Our full-time doctors, nurse practitioners and social workers will complete an assessment to determine what level of care would most benefit you or your loved one.

  • Q:

    How much does Seabrook continuing care cost?

    A: Residents of our continuing care neighborhood pay a one-time Refundable Entrance Fee.* After that, pricing is structured according to the level of care you require. Some services, such as rehab, are covered by Medicare. For details, see our pricing page.

  • Q:

    Is Seabrook Medicare-approved?

    A: Yes, we are approved by Medicare.

  • Q:

    Do you accept Medicaid?

    A: People who require Medicaid have typically exhausted their funds and will not have the entrance fee necessary to move here.

  • Q:

    How experienced are your doctors?

    A: In short—our doctors are the best in the business. While many other care centers employ part-time doctors, the Seabrook medical staff works full-time within the community.

    Medical team facts:

    • Our board-certified physicians average 20 years’ experience working with seniors.
    • Nurse practitioners average 15 years of experience.
    • Nurse clinical specialists in mental health average 23 years of experience.
    • The team also includes physical, speech and occupational therapists, dietitians, social workers and more.
  • Q:

    Do I have to follow a set schedule, or can I do my own thing?

    A: There's no set schedule for continuing care residents. You can structure your day however you choose. That also means waking up and going to bed when you want to.

  • Q:

    Can continuing care residents use all the amenities at Seabrook?

    A: Yes! Continuing care residents can take full advantage of the swimming pool, restaurants, transportation, day trips, walking paths, clubs and everything else.

  • Q:

    Can I have guests?

    A: Visitors are welcome 24-7. There's no need to call ahead. This is your home, so your guests are always free to drop by and see you.