Holistic Approach to Skilled Nursing, Senior Living, Rehabilitation, and Memory Care
senior living | rehabilitation | skilled nursing | memory care
Given the fluctuating Covid rates and the importance of adhering to the latest DPH guidelines, we advise calling the Noble Horizons front desk (860-435-9851) before visiting campus. Thank you!
01/06/221 - MARK OPPENHEIMER – SQUIRREL HILL: THE TREE OF LIFE SYNAGOGUE SHOOTING AND THE SOUL OF A NEIGHBORHOOD”
Be sure to attend the first event of our 2022 50th Anniversary speaker series when author, renowned journalist, Yale professor and podcaster Mark Oppenheimer discusses his critically acclaimed new book Squirrel Hill: The Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting and the Soul of a Neighborhood” on January 6 at 7 pm.
Exceptional Care, Exceptional Living On your terms
As a non-profit continuum of care community, Noble Horizons has maintained an unparalleled standard of skilled excellence for almost 50 years.
Live life on your terms at Noble Horizons, where you can count on our high level continuum of care community for the finest Skilled Nursing, Senior Living, Rehabilitation, and Memory Care in the tri-state region of Connecticut, New York, and Massachusetts. Noble Horizons has offered for almost 50 years the exceptional care and lifestyle you expect and deserve.
Living at Noble Horizons offers the peace and tranquility of life on a wooded and manicured 110-acre campus in Northwest Connecticut's Litchfield County. You can enjoy a robust schedule of enriching cultural, educational, and recreational opportunities as well as top-notch health and medical services dedicated to your wellness.
Your Continuum of Care
Why Noble HORIZONS
Our Holistic Approach to Care and Living
Mind. Body. Soul.
Noble's continuum of care and individualized therapeutic programs offer healing and recovery while you live your best life. Our whole-health approach treats the body while nurturing the mind and the soul.
Noble's dining is second to none! Our food services team caters to your every want and need - we'll procure your favorite food and prepare your favorite family recipe.
Art and Music
Life at Noble includes plentiful and daily opportunities to enrich your mind daily through art and music. From hands-on activities such as painting and gardening to cultural programs featuring art exhibits and concerts - every day is an adventure!
Family and Friends
When you come to Noble, your network expands! We host over 100 on-campus programs annually which members of the Noble community and wider community enjoy together. Residents also travel off-campus frequently to area restaurants, live performance venues, parks, botanical gardens, and other popular destinations.
Exercise & Therapy
Whether enjoying the fitness center and its full-time personal trainer (at no extra cost), taking free exercise classes or meandering the trails throughout our pastoral campus, staying active is second nature at Noble Horizons.
Life to the Fullest
Live your lifestyle be it in a cottage, a Cobble apartment, in one of the exquisitely sited private rooms overlooking private courtyards, or just visiting as for outpatient rehab- you'll enjoy all that Noble has to offer. Truly an experience unlike no other. Noble living.
Short-term and Outpatient Rehabilitation
"Noble Horizons is a Rehab Resort!"
Resident Don Russell couldn't have said it better!
"Recovering from joint replacement surgery isn't easy, but it can be enjoyable! in fact rehabilitating at Noble Horizons is like being at a resort! With the beautiful grounds, the amazing staff, events and activities and the 5-star dining - it's truly the place to be when you need the BEST for recovery."
Programs designed for your personal goals
Daily Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy
6 Prong Holistic Approach to Care
Restore flexibility, mobility and give you back your life
Life-long access to the fitness center & personal trainer
Private Rooms, Safe and COVID FREE
What's Happening at NOBLE
It was a standing room only crowd who gathered in Noble’s Life Long Learning Center on November 3 for an information-packed lecture on the aftermath of World War I presented by Hamish Lutris, associate professor of history at Capital Community College in Hartford. Among the interesting facts he mentioned was, …