We’re welcoming brighter days while continuing to promote health and safety.
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COVID–19 Outbreak Plan
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Click here to review our COVID–19 Response Plan.
Click here to review New Jersey Executive Directive 20–026 as of 1.6.2021.
Click here to review New Jersey Executive Directive 21-012 as of 11.24.2021
Click here to review the Addendum to New Jersey Executive Directive 20– 026.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions by calling our COVID–19 Family Hotline at 732–275–0790.
We’re welcoming brighter days as our residents have the chance to enjoy group activities, communal dining, social events, and indoor visitation, subject to community operating status.
Award-winning community, recognized with a Bronze National Quality Award by AHCA/NCAL
Conveniently located amid the shopping, dining, entertainment and cultural variety of Monmouth County, NJ, Brighton Gardens of Middletown offers exceptional senior living in Middletown, NJ. We offer a complete range of regular activities and special events. And each mealtime feels like a special occasion; our Sunrise Signature Dining Program is comprised of some of the most delicious and nutritious menu items, which are made with fresh, local ingredients. Our community’s layout promotes the ideal balance of privacy and social interaction. Providing the finest assisted living in Middletown, NJ, our nursing staff is tenured, and our concierge has been here from the beginning, now for over 15 years. It all adds up to a genuine feeling of family that becomes apparent the moment you walk in to our beautiful community.
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"Let me say a few words about the staff--which is the real reason behind this letter. The care managers and the nurses are INCREDIBLE human beings. They are the backbone to Brighton Gardens. They are what makes this assisted living stand out. They are what brings peace of mind to daughters like me who love their mother deeply and worry incessantly. They are why, and I mean this quite literally, I could finally sleep at night knowing my mother was being cared for in a loving manner and treated with dignity through the loss of her independence." -MaryAnn M., daughter of resident
USA Today and The New York Post recently wrote articles about our wonderful resident, Anna Del Priore. Click here to read USA Today's article and click here to read The New York Post article.
One of our wonderful residents, Anna Del Priore, was featured in an article in The Two River Times. Click here to read this terrific article regarding Anna's 107th birthday celebration.