Coachman Square at Woodbridge, located in Woodbridge, Connecticut, is an Assisted Living facility that also specializes in serving the needs of individuals with memory loss. Coachman Square captures the spirit of village convenience and accessibility, while embracing the neighborhood feel of a front porch and good friends. Enjoy the tranquility of this charming town, as well as the nearby cultural attractions of New Haven, including the Shubert Theater, art galleries, the Peabody Museum, shopping and restaurants. The community is also close to Yale University, with easy access to the Merritt Parkway. Residents enjoy all the comforts of senior living, while their loved ones can be assured they are receiving the level of care that best meets their needs. Coachman Square at Woodbridge also features the nationally recognized Harbor Program that creates an environment designed to accommodate people with varying degrees of memory loss allowing freedom, mobility, choice, and independence. The Harbor Program helps those with Alzheimer's, dementia, and other memory impairments to stay active and engaged, supported by a caring staff, specialized programs, and a neighborhood designed just for them. The unique design of the Harbor neighborhood helps to promote independence, with comfortable lighting and cues to help residents find their way. In addition, innovative programs help memory impaired residents reconnect with the world around them. Step inside a Harbor neighborhood on any given day, and you will find residents working on projects, socializing with friends, and spending time with family.