Department of Military and Veterans Affairs

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Resident Rooms

Room Description

Semi-Private rooms are pleasantly furnished with a bed, night table, over-bed table, dresser and a comfortable high-back chair. Connections for television and telephone services are provided.

Each room is also equipped with a double door closet and bulletin board. Residents are encouraged to personalize their rooms with their own collection of photos and personal remembrances to enhance a homelike atmosphere.


  • LCD TV's with VCR/DVD
  • Cable
  • Phone service
  • Internet access capability

Special Needs Unit (Dementia)

The Paramus Veterans Home has a 42-bed Certified Alzheimer's Unit providing specialized care in a secure and homelike environment for varying levels of cognitive impairment.


Day Rooms

On each of our six units, there is a dayroom where activity staff provides programming for the residents. In each dayroom there is a large screen TV with HBO, fish tanks, large windows for panoramic views and two ground level dayrooms have access to walking/wheelchair accessible paths through gardens.

Programs that are offered include, but are not limited to card games, ball toss, afternoon movies, social parties, coffee hour, snoozelen programs, discussion groups, bible study and exercise.


Dining Room

Our Dining Rooms serve three delicious, nutritional meals a day. In each of our three dining rooms, the residents receive their meals by table service which creates a restaurant type atmosphere. 


Recreation Rooms

Recreation rooms are located throughout the facility. Programming held in these rooms includes, but are not limited to the following: Arts & Crafts, Gardening, Cooking, Black Jack and other special events. We also have a library, computer lab and pool hall.

The newest, and most exciting, addition to our facility is the state of the art Multi-Purpose Room. This room is our large activity programming auditorium where all of our facility sponsored events are being held. Bingo, entertainment, coffee socials, etc. are hosted in this spacious room for our residents to enjoy.

When a large event is not occurring, this room is used for residents and families to visit, read a book, watch television programming on one of our two 60" flat screen TV's, or just sit and relax with a fellow resident.




Our Ronald Carlson Memorial Chapel is a quiet place located in Building 2 in which residents of all religions can gather. 


Outdoor Patios

With seven different outdoor patios and gardens, our residents have many areas to choose from in order to enjoy the outdoors.

Planting flowers, vegetable gardens, wheelchair accessible swings and gazebos are just a few things that these areas contain. Our residents are encouraged to enjoy the walking paths and gardens that our facility has to offer.

Last Updated: 09/03/2021

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