Single senior man spending time at a picnic table with his grandson.



At The Courtyard at Sussex, we value independence and individuality, and, as such, offer custom assisted living care options, so residents can receive as little or as much help as desired.

Professional caregivers help residents with daily activities, such as bathing, dressing, and medication reminders, and monitor care 24-hours-a-day. Courtyard at Sussex residents also enjoy home-cooked meals daily as well as housekeeping and transportation services.

The Courtyard at Sussex’s robust assisted living activity program offers group events and one-on-one engagement and includes arts and crafts, BINGO, word association games, gardening, social events, outings, and even the occasional good old-fashioned ice cream social!


The Courtyard at Sussex offers support for residents who have early, mid-stage, and advanced Alzheimer’s disease and other related dementia.

Our cozy community and professional care team include licensed nurses and personal care assistants, all of whom have specialized training in caring for people with memory loss. They provide assistance with daily tasks, medication management, safety checks, and a variety of activities to enrich the body and soul and help make every moment count.



A respite stay is a healthy necessity that benefits both caregivers and their loved ones. It can be an ideal solution when family caregivers travel or need a break. Respite care includes furnished accommodations, meals, opportunities for socialization, access to The Courtyard at Sussex amenities and services, and an opportunity for a professional assessment if requested.

Granddaughter giving her elderly mother a kiss on the cheek.
Staff member offering water to a senior man with dementia


Each resident’s care plan is based on a personal assessment as well as resident, family, care team, and physician input and customized according to each resident’s individual needs. Personal care plans help ensure that residents receive and only pay for the care they need. Care plans may include:

  • Medication management
  • Assistance with daily activities like dressing and bathing
  • Cueing for meals and activities
  • Incontinence management
  • Hands-on assistance with transfer

Learn more information about our services, floor plans and pricing options.