Honoring the people you love.

Serving each individual’s unique needs.

We work with residents and their families to get to know each person who lives at Summer House. With this understanding, we can better support each individual—in mind and body. It’s these person-to-person connections that foster a deep sense of community, and make all the difference.

Whole-person care.

It starts with compassion. At Summer House, we create opportunities for meaningful interactions and purposeful engagement. Through personalized care, based on dignity and respect, we build familiarity and nurture close bonds between our staff and residents. It all works together to help decrease agitation, pain, and behavioral challenges. And we offer peace of mind for families whose loved ones are living with memory loss.

Services and Fees

Our monthly fee start at $4,245* for shared residences, $7,301* for private residences and includes:

  • Individual care plan
  • 24-hour highly trained staff dedicated to honoring and celebrating each individual
  • Daily planned social, recreational, and educational opportunities
  • Bright, cheerful clubhouse—ideal for family-style dining with family and friends
  • Utilities, with the exception of telephone and cable
  • Housekeeping, personal laundry and linen service
  • Assistance with personal care, dressing and other tasks
  • Recreational outings
  • Medication management
  • Protected landscaped courtyard

*Fees listed are subject to change.

Self-expression and purposeful activity.

At Summer House, every day brings opportunities for personal connection in an environment that supports each individual’s sense of purpose. Family-style dining, group outings, and organized discussions build on social relationships, while music therapy, creative arts workshops, holiday socials, and cultural talks offer fulfilling opportunities for meaningful engagement.

FAQs

  • What type of community is Summer House at Claremont Manor?

    Summer House at Claremont Manor is a unique memory care neighborhood serving people with Alzheimer’s and related dementias. With 10 residences, fragrant courtyards, tranquil pathways, and plenty of sunshine, it’s a serene and protected environment nestled within Claremont Manor Retirement Community.

  • What kinds of social opportunities are available to Summer House residents?

    We have a variety of individual and social activities scheduled throughout the day, tailored to the specific needs of each resident. Group activities include excursions, discussions, birthday parties, Memories in the Making art class, walks in the community, guitar and harp performances, spiritual enrichment opportunities, and much more.

  • Do Summer House residents have access to the entire Claremont Manor campus?

    Yes, Summer House residents are welcome to visit any common area on the greater Claremont Manor campus as long as they are escorted.

  • Can family members visit Summer House residents whenever they wish? And can family members take residents out of Summer House?

    Yes, family members may visit Summer House whenever they wish, and they may take residents out of Summer House, provided staff has been notified.

  • Does Summer House staff check on residents on a regular basis?

    Yes, our caregivers are on site and available to residents 24 hours a day. Our Summer House provides an intimate home-like setting with caregivers checking on residents routinely.

  • Do you have a licensed nurse on staff?

    Yes.

  • Has your staff been trained to work with memory care residents?

    Yes, our staff training meets the Department of Social Services requirements in Alzheimer’s care and dementia care. Training extends to all aspects of care: encouraging participation, leading engaging activities, assisting with personal care and dining, maintaining a clean and welcoming environment, and providing cueing and assistance with activities of daily living.

  • What are the latest innovations at Summer House?

    At Summer House, we offer innovative cognitive enrichment experiences that engage residents—and the results can be dramatic: Through the Music and Memory program, we help reconnect people with individually meaningful songs. A robotic seal named PARO offers social integration and mood management. And with the advanced technology of the iN2L system and its 70-inch touchscreen, we support social interaction, intellectual stimulation, physical engagement, and spiritual connection.