Prospective Condominium Owners and their families are invited to information sessions held on the first Wednesday of each month at 10am in our Community Room. We're happy to answer questions about our community, but you will need a real estate agent to show you available condominiums.
The community at Clairmont Place depends upon engaged residents -- residents run the board and make business and management decisions with staff, serve on committees, and work together to govern finances, landscaping, activities, dining, and building maintenance.
Clairmont Place is not a life-plan or life-care community. In a life-care community, the community commits to taking care of residents regardless of their level of need and may move the resident through levels of continuing care as their needs change. CLAIRMONT PLACE STAFF DOES NOT PROVIDE ANY MEDICAL SERVICES OR ANY ASSISTANCE WITH ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING to Clairmont Place condominium owners. Clairmont Place owns and operates a personal care community, Montclair. Montclair is located on the second floor of the 2100 building. Montclair Residents are engaged members of the larger community but do receive assistance with the activities of daily living, such as bathing and dressing. Montclair has admissions policies and separate fees.
Click here to go to the Montclair website
If you are unable to care for yourself at home now, moving to Clairmont Place is not the right place either. Condominium residents need to independently collect their mail and pay bills, order meals from the dining room, and grocery shop. Condo residents get themselves to meetings, activities, meals and events. There is not staff available to carry groceries from the car, push a wheelchair, or assist after falls. If you currently receive a great deal of support from family members, independent living at Clairmont Place IS NOT the best fit for you.
No. The Association rules specifically prohibit pets on campus. There is an exception under the Americans with Disabilities Act for service animals and an exception under the Fair Housing Act for emotional support animals. Prospective Residents requesting permission to bring an emotional support animal to Clairmont Place must provide documentation, in writing, that the owner has a specific disability; that the animal is needed to assist the owner with that specific disability; and that the animal actually does assist the person with the specific disability.
No, Clairmont Place does not have staff 24 hours a day for independent living residents, and weekend staff hours are curtailed. We do have courtesy officers available during evening and weekend hours to respond to emergency pull cords and who can assist with directing 911 to the condominium.