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Clark’s Terrace Assisted Living

Clark’s Terrace at The Park Danforth is Assisted Living at its best, ideal for those who can no longer live alone or are in need of special assistance with their daily routines. Here you can enjoy an intimate, friendly and flexible program that lovingly caters to your personal needs.

Named for Samuel Clark, Jr., a visionary and generous benefactor, the Clark’s Terrace Assisted Living Program offers social and personal services that serve as a welcome haven for respite, healthy recuperation or simply as a much-needed break from the rigors of everyday living.  The around-the-clock staff is dedicated to supporting each individual’s personal dignity and independence.

Your Assisted Living Suite

Whether Standard or Deluxe, each of our 36 private suites features a kitchenette complete with refrigerator and microwave, a private bath and an emergency call system. Standard suites provide a combined living and sleeping area, while Deluxe suites feature more spacious accommodations or a separate sleeping room.

Dining

Clark’s Terrace offers three meals per day, including either a full breakfast menu or lighter fare served in the privacy of your own suite. Take lunch and dinner in the Terrace Dining Room, or enjoy your evening meal fireside in our elegant main dining room on the first floor.

Things to do

Fully integrated with The Park Danforth’s Residential Living program, Assisted Living residents can:

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a waiting list?

Currently there is a short waiting list for private pay applicants. For those applying under the MaineCare long-term care program, there is a waiting list of approximately three or more years.

Do you have visiting hours?

You are welcome to have guests at any time.

Can I have a guest stay overnight?

Yes, we welcome you to have friends and family visit and stay the night. Many residents enjoy the company of grandchildren visiting, as well.

Can my family join me for dinner in the dining room?

Yes, we only ask for a minimum of four hours' notice. We are usually able to accommodate most requests. There is a charge for all guest meals, which is billed to the resident at the end of each month.

Is there someone in the building 24-hours per day?

Yes, 24-hour staffing at Clark’s Terrace includes nurses, CNAs and medication technicians. At no time are there fewer than two staff persons available to provide care and assistance.

Is there a long-term lease or buy-in?

Studios are rented on a month-to-month basis and can be vacated at any time. Should it be necessary for you to leave in the middle of a month we will refund the balance of the month once your apartment is empty.

Do you accept MaineCare?

Yes, we have a limited number of MaineCare-assisted studios for which there is currently a significant waiting list (priority for a MaineCare studio is given to current residents).

What would my apartment be like?

There are 6 different floor plans to choose from; most are studio apartments with combined living and sleeping space. Each has a private bathroom, kitchenette and ample closet space. All are equipped with emergency pull-cords.

Is there parking available for my car?

Yes, we have two parking lots available for residents to use. We also provide snow removal in the parking areas as part of our groundskeeping services.

How is the food?

The Park Danforth received very high marks on our Food Service program in a recent resident satisfaction survey; the quality of the food is excellent, and we use many fresh products from local businesses in preparing it. We know how important it is to have choices, so each meal offers many selections for you to choose from. Meals are prepared and served restaurant style by our experienced dining staff. To hear what our residents have to say about dining at The Park Danforth, check out our dining page

Do you accept pets?

Sorry, there are no pets allowed in the Clark’s Terrace Assisted Living wing.

  • "I knew my Dad would get great care at The Park Danforth. I was never prepared for the true joy and excitement that Dad found in the care and social atmosphere among the staff and residents."
 Steve M. ~ resident's son

  • "I knew my Dad would get great care at The Park Danforth. I was never prepared for the true joy and excitement that Dad found in the care and social atmosphere among the staff and residents."
 Steve M. ~ resident's son

  • "I knew my Dad would get great care at The Park Danforth. I was never prepared for the true joy and excitement that Dad found in the care and social atmosphere among the staff and residents."
 Steve M. ~ resident's son

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