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Samantha Matthews, Happiness Coordinator

Samantha Matthews

Today we celebrate Ms. H who transitioned to Bickford of Chesterfield this past spring from North Carolina to be closer to her family. The moment Ms. H stepped foot into her new home, she was greeted with warmth and kindness and set on a higher path journey by our dedicated BLTs (Bickford Leadership Team members) . Fellow residents and BFM’s (Bickford Family Members) welcomed her with open arms and created an immediate sense of belonging. She quickly discovered that assisted living was not just a place to live, but a community that embraced and celebrated everyone’s unique journey. Assisted Living at Bickford of Chesterfield has provided her with a renewed sense of purpose and fulfillment. She eagerly volunteered her time to help fellow residents, becoming a trusted friend and confidant to those who needed a listening ear. We quickly recognized the joy that serving brings her and the joy she finds in making a difference. She has taken up volunteering at the local food bank through St Matthias’ Episcopal Church located across the street. She has found immense satisfaction in making a positive impact on the lives of others, reaffirming her belief that it's never too late to make a difference. Many mornings you can find her dancing on the front porch enjoying her coffee with sunshine and socializing with our many visitors. The success story of Ms. H’s transition into assisted living is a testament to the transformative power of community and support. It showcases the possibilities that arise when individuals embrace change with an open heart and a positive mindset. Her story reminds us that age is just a number and that new beginnings can bring immense joy, fulfillment, and love. Bickford Assisted Living and Memory Care of Chesterfield #HigherPath #AssistedLiving
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Samantha Matthews, Happiness Coordinator

Samantha Matthews

Barbara Deponte, LPN the new Health and Wellness Coordinator joined Bickford on April 29th. She has been quickly getting to know the BFMs and residents in Mary Bs. Her main focus will be on Mary Bs care and management of the BFMs, as well as offering support to Nurse Grace as needed. Before migrating to the United States, Barbara was a Civil Engineer in the Philippines. Barbara joins us from Lakewood Retirement Community, Henrico where she was for 18 years as an Admin Nurse and AL Nurse Manager. Barbara has 3 children one just graduated from VCU Pharmacy School with a Doctor of Pharmacy, her daughter is a PICU Nurse at VCU and her oldest is an electrician in Richmond. Her husband is in Management at Wegmans. Right now, she spends a lot of her free time caring for her mom who lives with her. We are so excited to have this addition to our Nursing team! Bickford Assisted Living and Memory Care of Chesterfield
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Dreama Camphuysen, Family Advocate

Dreama Camphuysen

Curious about what Bickford of Chesterfield has to offer, come in and take a tour! Now accepting new residents in our Mary B's Symphony...an intimate, person centered memory care community. We are focused on quality of life and keeping our residents of the Higher Path of aging! Schedule a tour today. Bickford of Chesterfield, Assisted Living & Memory Care #thrivinginplace #higherpath #Bickfordseniorliving
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Samantha Matthews, Happiness Coordinator

Samantha Matthews

Thank you to Bill Stout for providing monthly hymnal music for our residents! They enjoy the music and singing along! Bickford Assisted Living and Memory Care of Chesterfield
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Samantha Matthews, Happiness Coordinator

Samantha Matthews

Thank you to Ginny Carroll from At Home Care and Hospice Group for providing our monthly art program on the second Friday of each month! This time we put together faux flower arrangements! Each one is unique just like our residents! Bickford Assisted Living and Memory Care of Chesterfield
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Samantha Matthews, Happiness Coordinator

Samantha Matthews

Today we celebrate Ms. H who transitioned to Bickford of Chesterfield this past spring from North Carolina to be closer to her family. The moment Ms. H stepped foot into her new home, she was greeted with warmth and kindness and set on a higher path journey by our dedicated BLTs (Bickford Leadership Team members) . Fellow residents and BFM’s (Bickford Family Members) welcomed her with open arms and created an immediate sense of belonging. She quickly discovered that assisted living was not just a place to live, but a community that embraced and celebrated everyone’s unique journey. Assisted Living at Bickford of Chesterfield has provided her with a renewed sense of purpose and fulfillment. She eagerly volunteered her time to help fellow residents, becoming a trusted friend and confidant to those who needed a listening ear. We quickly recognized the joy that serving brings her and the joy she finds in making a difference. She has taken up volunteering at the local food bank through St Matthias’ Episcopal Church located across the street. She has found immense satisfaction in making a positive impact on the lives of others, reaffirming her belief that it's never too late to make a difference. Many mornings you can find her dancing on the front porch enjoying her coffee with sunshine and socializing with our many visitors. The success story of Ms. H’s transition into assisted living is a testament to the transformative power of community and support. It showcases the possibilities that arise when individuals embrace change with an open heart and a positive mindset. Her story reminds us that age is just a number and that new beginnings can bring immense joy, fulfillment, and love. Bickford Assisted Living and Memory Care of Chesterfield #HigherPath #AssistedLiving
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It is easy to say that we do whatever it takes to make our residents happy, but the real question is – are our current residents actually happy?

Read below to find out how happy our current residents and families really are.

4.3 out of 5.0
based on 93 reviews.
Apr 1, 2024

I am opposed to the new check in/out system. We used it at another facility and had many problems with it, many residents are unable to sign themselves in and out and I find a bit intrusive. If my hands are full I don't want to have to put everything down to sign in. My understanding was that the door fobs could monitor who comes in and out and are able to limit who shouldn't be allowed in and out.


Mar 2, 2024

Hi, there is a visitor at my Mom's(name removed)dinner table most every night. I understand family can have visitors to have dinner with them. Tonight, March 2nd, there was 2 visitors for this nice lady at the table. I have met her. So 4 residents eating at a table for 4 people and one resident has 2 visitors there at the table visiting with her. They are not eating, just sitting there talking. A very crowded situation. My Mom is too sweet and nice to complain, but she told me tonight she feels uncomfortable with that many people at her table. I personally prefer to visit with my Mom in the lobby(either before or after a meal) or other times.....and to let her eat her meal with those nice ladies there at the table. My opinion, is let the folks enjoy their meal. Maybe there is a new open spot my Mom can sit at. She makes friends easily and I remember (name removed) saying in a meeting with her before moving in.....that there is "not assigned seating" in the Dining room. I did speak with one of the workers there at dinner time tonight....and expressed my opinion.....she stated that 4 at a table and 2 visitors is fine. "Everbody gets to have visitors eat with them"...she said. A table of 4(there to eat their meal) with 2 visitors sitting and talking with their loved one, to me, is a bit of a crowd...imo. If further discussion is needed, let me know. Thanks, (name removed)


Feb 1, 2024

New housekeeper is doing a great job. Room cleaner than ever. | Also thanks for covid shot and rsv shot and adding more bingo. Loves it!!


Feb 1, 2024

My (name removed) is happy and loves the activities and does wish there were more outings, even the scenic drives. I am satisfied with her care at this point and the staff are friendly and seem helpful. We have the least amount of care at this point, so I don't have much to go on as far as the medical services.


Jan 9, 2024

I am due a refund as it is more than 60 days since my Dad passed and we vacated the room. I'm waiting for the money and a return phone call


Jan 2, 2024

My mother is really happy there. I always find the staff positive and engaged with the residents.


Dec 1, 2023

Fantastic, Wonderful care of my father.


Nov 1, 2023

Great, caring staff. The place is always clean and has the feel of home. My mother really enjoys being there and loves the food.


Oct 1, 2023

(name removed) is the most compassionate aide-Bickford should be proud to have her.


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The process of finding a place for your loved one is hard enough, we’re here to make it easier. To help you navigate this change most effectively we remove the barriers and give you what you really want - pricing first!

Base Rate

$135 to $175 per day

Range depends on the apartment you choose

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Care Rate

$25 to $125 per day

Range depends on the care and services needed

Whether or not our pricing fits in your budget, we ask you to consider 3 things:

Know that there may be financial resources available that you might not be aware of

To explore this, take advantage of our complimentary third-party financial concierge service through Elderlife Financial.

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Know that our rates are all-inclusive

Don’t forget our rates include meals, care, activities, basic utilities, housekeeping, linen and laundry service, and more! View all-inclusive details here.

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Know the affordability of senior living

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Our Menu

Balsamic Roasted Beet Salad
Roasted beets and red onions in a balsamic dressing

Almond Crusted Chicken
A chicken breast in a breaded mixture of bread and almonds

Classic French Dip Sandwich
Tender beef seared and then slow roasted. Sliced thin and served in a hoagie roll and Au Jus (beef broth)

Steak Fries
Extra thick potato fries

Roasted Carrots

Blue Cheese Coleslaw
Shredded cabbage with grapes, shredded carrots and blue cheese

Baked Roll
Fresh proofed and baked rolls from your Bread Basket kitchen

Pineapple Blueberry Crumble

Chocolate Cake

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Our purpose is to do whatever it takes to make our residents happy.

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Core Needs - The pathway to happiness

Understanding your core needs allows us to know the pathway we must take to make you happy.

We have identified three specific Core Needs that must be met to enrich happiness —

Basic Needs

You need to consistently receive services in an environment that feels like home.

Care Needs

You need to consistently receive the care that your personal health situation requires.

Unrecognized Needs

You need to consistently experience small, but unforgettable moments that you'd never think to ask for.

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Bickford of Chesterfield Assisted Living & Memory Care For Pricing & Availability: 804-312-3156
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