Short-Term Stays

Short Term Stays

Hearthstone’s Short-Term Stays Program welcomes people living with all stages of memory loss who can benefit from our services on an as-needed basis.

Families use Short-Term Stays and services when their loved ones require higher levels of care than they can receive at home, such as immediately following an injury or surgery. When family caregivers go out of town, take a well-deserved vacation, tend to other responsibilities, or need a guilt-free break to take care of themselves, they trust Hearthstone to care for their loved ones just like they do at home – with kindness, compassion and dedication to their safety, health, and happiness.

As I’m Still Here® program participants, Short-Term Residents enjoy the same rich range of activities as full-time Residents, including art and cultural experiences, intergenerational programs, outings and more!

Another great way to take advantage of Short-Term Stays is as an opportunity for allowing their loved ones to “test-drive” the Hearthstone lifestyle, programming, services and amenities for a trial period before deciding to move in.

Program Features

Flexible Days Weekends, Too!

Short-term guests may begin their stays any day they wish including weekends!

No Minimum Number of Days

Join us for one day, a week, or more it’s up to you!

Optional services include medication management and incontinence care. Additional fees apply.

Contact us today to plan your visit.

  • My mother was given the priceless gift of reconnecting with the part of her that is and always will be a musician. Seeing my mother’s true spirit come back to life, and shine through her eyes that day she began to play music again was an experience I will never forget. – Resident’s daughter, Englewood, NJ

  • My mother was given the priceless gift of reconnecting with the part of her that is and always will be a musician. Seeing my mother’s true spirit come back to life, and shine through her eyes that day she began to play music again was an experience I will never forget. – Resident’s daughter, Englewood, NJ