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Seabrook Voted the Best Adult Community by Asbury Park Press Readers

November 10, 2020
Beautiful tree lined walkway on the Seabrook campus.

For the fourth consecutive year, Seabrook, an Erickson Living-managed community in Tinton Falls, New Jersey, was voted the "Best Adult Community" in Monmouth County by Asbury Park Press readers. In addition, its continuing care neighborhood was awarded second place as one of the "Best Assisted Living" communities in Monmouth County.

"We're thrilled to receive this recognition again this year," said Executive Director Phil Jean. "I am proud of our residents and employees as we strive to create a community where residents can enjoy a vibrant retirement lifestyle and live life to the fullest."

"Now, more than ever, we know how much community matters. Seabrook appeals to seniors for many reasons, but advantages like our opportunities for social connections and convenience of quality services and amenities have never been so valuable," said Jean.

At Seabrook, residents enjoy maintenance-free living in comfortable, stylish apartment homes. The community offers abundant amenities, hundreds of resident-run clubs and activities, on-site restaurants, a state-of-the-art medical center, an all-season pool, and a fitness center. If independent living residents ever require assisted living or additional care, they are able to transition to the community's continuing care neighborhood.

To learn more about the active, maintenance-free lifestyle at Seabrook, visit SeabrookCommunity.com.

About Seabrook: Seabrook, one of 20 continuing care retirement communities developed and managed by Erickson Living®, is situated on a scenic 98-acre campus in Tinton Falls, New Jersey. The not-for-profit community of more than 1,400 residents and 750 employees is governed by its own board of directors, affiliated with National Senior Campuses, Inc., who provide independent financial and operational oversight of the community. Additional information about Seabrook can be found at SeabrookCommunity.com.

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