Your Door to A New Beginning

The Leighton House, Van Gogh House, and Degas House Assisted Living Inns are designed for guests who desire some help to make daily life easier. Care plans are individualized for the needs of each guest. The philosophy is to allow people to continue to have private space, but also to enjoy life within a close-knit community where they can enjoy daily interactions and activities with family and friends.



  • Assistance with activities of daily living
  • Medication management
  • Fresh, home-cooked meals
  • Housekeeping including laundry, linen service, and room cleaning
  • Fully-furnished rooms or personal furniture welcomed
  • Call-light system
  • Cable and Wi-Fi
  • All utilities (excluding phone service)
  • Alarmed exits including security camera system
  • Symphony safe measures including disinfections with electrostatic misters, air purifiers, check- in kiosk with built-in thermometer checks, and mandated PPE.


  • Daily entertainment and activities
  • Hair salon (attractive prices)
  • Movie theater including popcorn
  • Access to Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation including physician services
  • Wellness programs provided by licensed therapists
  • Enclosed patios with sculptures and water fountain features
  • Penny Lane for art strolls, relaxation, entertainment, and quaint visits
  • Choo Chews for snacks, gifts, personal items, and ice cream sundaes (nothing over a dollar)
  • Religious services
  • Spacious and bright community dining rooms
  • Private family dining rooms
  • Outdoor walking paths


My name is Stephanie and I’m the Assisted Living Sales Director for Caretel Inns Brighton and Symphony Linden, part of the Symphony Care Network family.  The favorite part of my position is being an advocate for future guests and their families during their decision-making process in joining an assisted living community. Choosing an assisted living community is a critical decision so my goal is to take the time to listen, lend support, and be a helpful resource.  In fact, I have helped hundreds of families through the assisted living transition.  My goal with these short videos is to share my experiences on to how to choose an assisted living community that is right for you.

Video #1
Creating a Personal Priority List

Video #2
How to Compile a List of Centers to Consider and How to Set Up Personalized Consultations to Review Your Personal Priority List

Video #3
Touring and Reviewing Your Personalized Priority List

Video #4
The Follow Up and Transition into a Move-in


Each suite at Caretel Inns Brighton is furnished to reflect the comforts of home. Essentials—such as a refrigerator, microwave and private full bath—are included in every suite. Housekeeping, linens, recreation, and requested care are all at hand. Guests have the option of dining together in our cozy dining room overlooking a private courtyard or dining in the privacy of their own room.

Private Suites


250 square feet

• Private full bathroom with storage
• Kitchenette
• Closet with shelving
• Window seat

Coral Bell

285 square feet

• Private full bathroom with storage
• Kitchenette
• Large closet
• Window seat


370 square feet

• Private full bathroom
• Kitchenette
• Closet with shelving
• Separate living space
• Window


620 square feet

• Private full bathroom
• Kitchenette with table and chairs
• Pantry
• Separate living space with couch*
• Large closet with shelving
• Windows with mulitple exposures
• Patio Access


635 square feet

• Private full bathroom
• Bar style kitchenette
• Table with bench seating
• Separate living space with couch
• Large closet with shelving
• Windows with mulitple exposures
• Patio Access

Fox Glove

570 square feet

• Private full bathroom with storage
• Kitchenette with table and chairs*
• Separate living space
• Desk/workspace area with chair
• 2 TV hookups
• Walk-in Closet with shelving
• Windows with mulitple exposures
• Patio Access

Companion Accessible Suite


625 square feet

• Companion room
• Full bathroom
• Kitchenette with table and chairs*
• 2 closets with shelving
• Privacy wall
• 2 windows seats

Remote Physician Monitoring

What is Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM)?

Remote patient monitoring (RPM) is a healthcare delivery method that uses technology to monitor patient vitals outside of a hospital setting. RPM technology electronically transmits health information between patients, nurses, and physicians and is often used to care for patients with acute or chronic health conditions.

What are some of the benefits of using RPM?

RPM provides a wide range of benefits, including:

  • Proactive management of acute and chronic conditions
  • Reduced hospitalizations
  • Additional monitoring for peace of mind for the patient and family
  • Increased patient adherence and engagement