GET TO KNOW POMPERAUG WOODS
A beautiful neighborhood-style community in Southbury, Connecticut.
There’s a wonderful sense of confidence knowing you’ve found a community that is “just right” for yourself or a family member. That’s the beauty of Pomperaug Woods. It truly is the confident choice in every aspect of senior living.
- Upbeat, fulfilling lifestyle with a multitude of opportunities to get involved, enjoy friendships and pursue things that interest you.
- Exceptional stability and the many advantages of not-for-profit ownership.
- A maintenance-free lifestyle at a predictable monthly fee.
- Priority access to healthcare, if ever needed.
Southbury & Woodbury, CT
Attractions & Activities
There’s so much to see and do within a short drive from Pomperaug Woods and Southbury. You may want to explore America’s “Antiques Capital” in historic Woodbury, CT—featuring 100+ fine antique shops, and some of the Northeast’s finest 17th- and 18th-century New England architecture. You’ll also find a wide variety of attractions and activities in the surrounding Connecticut communities of Roxbury, Middlebury, Bethlehem, Washington and Watertown.
Contact Pomperaug Woods … your confident choice for senior living.
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Map & Directions
Conveniently located in the Tribury area of Connecticut.
Answers to your questions about Pomperaug Woods.
Q. What is LifeCare?
A. The LifeCare contract at Pomperaug Woods offers a continuum of services under one roof that is designed to meet residents’ healthcare needs. Should the time come when you might need care, you will have priority access to assistance-in-living in your apartment and skilled nursing care at our health center.
As a LifeCare community, Pomperaug Woods offers you the financial security of knowing your fees will remain predictable, even if your health needs change over the years.
Q. What is meant by “predictable monthly fee?”
A. At Pomperaug Woods, residents pay a one-time entrance fee, plus a monthly service fee that includes the apartment, one meal per day, utilities and all the services and the amenities we provide. This fee includes all skilled nursing care, and limited assistance-in-living services if needed. Incremental adjustments are typically made once per year.
Q. Is the Health Center Medicare-certified?
A. Yes. Unlike many other retirement communities throughout the state of Connecticut, the Health Center at Pomperaug Woods is fully Medicare-certified. If you qualify for Medicare, you won’t have to waive your right for Medicare coverage at Pomperaug Woods. Medicare could cover many aspects of your care including meals, medicine, housing, therapy and more. If you live in a community that is not Medicare-certified, many of these costs would have to be paid out of pocket.
Q. What services are available in nearby Southbury, close to Pomperaug Woods?
A. There are numerous activities, shopping and antiquing venues, historic sites, walking trails, golf courses, theaters, parks and restaurants in or near the Southbury community. The historic Palace Theater is located just 20 minutes from Pomperaug Woods in Waterbury.
Within easy walking distance of Pomperaug Woods, the Southbury Town Park (Ballantine Park) offers an outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts and playground. For those who enjoy walking or running, Ewald Park and its ½-mile track is also close by.
Highly skilled medical doctors, specialists and subspecialists affiliated with hospitals in Danbury and Waterbury have practices and satellite offices in Southbury—within a few minutes of Pomperaug Woods.
Q. Is Pomperaug Woods a not-for-profit organization?
A. Yes. As a not-for-profit LifeCare community, we reinvest our profits back into the Pomperaug Woods community to further enhance resident services and amenities. For-profit communities may take some percentage of earnings and pay them to their shareholders as dividends.
Q. What are the most popular independent living activities?
A. On-site concerts, including Pomperaug Woods’ monthly classical concert series on Sunday afternoons, consistently draw the biggest turnouts. These classical concerts feature well-known musicians in the industry. Summer outdoor concerts in August—featuring hotdogs roasted on the grill—are popular events with residents, their families and the local community.
Pomperaug Woods hosts the annual Connecticut Senior Juried Art Show, which draws an excellent crowd from our own community, Southbury and the entire state. Plus, on-going weekly gatherings include afternoon tea, Friday happy hour, creative arts classes, current events, bridge and billiards. In addition, our well-stocked library features the latest books, periodicals, audio books and videos.
Q. Does Pomperaug Woods offer “assistance-in-living” services?
A. Yes. The Resident Services Nursing staff is on duty daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., providing services to independent living residents. These services include up to ten 15-minute nursing visits per month at each resident’s apartment as part of the monthly fee.
Q. What are the entrance requirements at Pomperaug Woods?
A. Applicants must meet both financial and health requirements.
Q. Can I bring my pets?
A. Yes, small dogs, cats and birds are a welcome addition at Pomperaug Woods.