Seabrook resident Carol Hock says she actually enjoys watching the snow fall now, knowing that Seabrook’s grounds crew handles all maintenance and she can simply walk down the hall to a restaurant, movie, or club meeting.

With winter around the corner, Seabrook is experiencing a rush of appointments with people who don’t want to spend another winter in their house. 

The weatherproof community provides everything one needs to live a healthy, active, engaged life under one roof.  

Cindy Malmo poses with her custom made Murphy bed.

Finding the right home to spend your retirement isn’t just about affordability. Or amenities. Or the food. It’s not just about continuing care or the size and style of your home. It’s about all of those things. It’s about finding a home that offers you the most value, which comes in many shapes and sizes. 

A man and woman in dark blue shirts smile for the camera.

Ray and Shirley Wagenhorst had vision when they first saw their Harrison-style two-bedroom, two-bath apartment home at Seabrook. And that’s all it took to move them from “Are we ready?” to “Let’s do this now. We’re ready.”

The tipping point

Sales Manager Phil Kaeser and Sales Associate Amy Giubilo, smiling here in front of the community, agree that Seabrook is a great place to live and work.

Great Place to Work and Fortune magazine both awarded Seabrook, an Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J., as one of the 2018 Best Workplaces for Aging Services. The ranking considered more than 76,000 employee surveys from companies with the aging services industry.

Digital artist Lou Rivera shows some of his artwork at a local art show.

Like artists of any medium, Lou Rivera draws inspiration from his travels and the world around him. But his digital medium sets him apart from most painters his age. 

Wayne Steadman, seen here sitting at his desk in his home at Seabrook, finds time to both serve his community as Director of Living in the Community and enjoy hobbies like golf, poker, pickleball, and water aerobics.

Wayne and Pam Steadman are practically professional movers. Wayne’s career with Mobile Oil Corporation took them through 18 moves and around the world. But finally, they’ve settled down. And they say their latest—and last—move was by far the easiest. 

Cindy Malmo’s studio apartment with its stylish and modern Murphy bed were a popular stop on the Seabrook home tour.

After 25 years of friendship, Cindy Malmo and Lin Kaufer are still going strong. So strong, in fact, that they both moved to Seabrook, the Erickson Living community in Tinton Falls, N.J., just a few months apart. 

Learn all about Seabrook during your personal visit with Sales Counselor Dennise Baldwin.

More than 97% sold out, Seabrook seems to be on everyone’s wish list of where to live next. Dennise Baldwin, Seabrook’s sales counselor, invites anyone curious about the Tinton Falls, N.J., Erickson Living community to join her for a personal visit over cookies, conversation, and a campus tour.

Artist Dennis Carroll has explored painting, photography, and now, theater at Seabrook in Tinton Falls, N.J., where he lives.

“As an artist, there’s a constant impulse to explore and make art. It doesn’t stop, although it may change form.”—Dennis Carroll

Like paint on a canvas, Dennis Carroll’s medium of choice has been a series of fluid transitions, depending on life’s circumstances.

Moving mediums