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Assisted Living Boston, MA

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Assisted Living Facilities in Boston, MA

Edelweiss Village

2220 Centre Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02132

Suffolk County

Capacity: 127 people

Phone #: (857) 547-2000

Rogerson House

434 Jamaicaway, Boston, Massachusetts 02130

Suffolk County

Capacity: 99 people

Phone #: (617) 983-2300

Landmark at Longwood

63 Parker Hill Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02120

Suffolk County

Capacity: 80 people

Phone #: (617) 975-0110

Providence House

180 Corey Road, Boston, Massachusetts 02135

Suffolk County

Capacity: 125 people

Phone #: (617) 731-0505

Chestnut Park at Cleveland Circle

50 Sutherland Road, Boston, Massachusetts 02135

Suffolk County

Capacity: 98 people

Phone #: (617) 566-1700

Springhouse

44-46 Allandale Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02130

Suffolk County

Capacity: 44 people

Phone #: (617) 522-0043

Standish Village at Lower Mills

1190 Adams Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02124

Suffolk County

Capacity: 44 people

Phone #: (617) 298-5656

Compass on the Bay

1380 Columbia Road, Boston, Massachusetts 02127

Suffolk County

Capacity: 110 people

Phone #: (617) 268-5450

Susan S. Bailis Assisted Living Community

352 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts 02115

Suffolk County

Capacity: 54 people

Phone #: (617) 247-1010

Zelma Lacey House

9 West School Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02129

Suffolk County

Capacity: 56 people

Phone #: (617) 241-0328

Boston Assisted Living for Seniors

Boston, Massachusetts is the most populous city in the state. Its ever-expanding assisted living community is fostered by the exclusive lifestyle which lures people from all around the nation. Seniors are provided with quality of life and premium, compassionate care that ensures peace of mind for them as well as their loved ones. The city is an ideal location for assisted living facilities as it offers the best of everything to its residents, particularly the elderly.

Some of the most advanced and well-equipped medical centers are found in Boston, along with top ranked universities and research facilities. The elderly at the senior living facilities in Boston have easy access to the best health care, physicians and doctors in the country.

Trained caregivers and support staff are available 24/7 to assist and help with anything including personal grooming, movement from one place to another and medication administration. The average monthly cost of assisted living facilities in Boston is higher than U.S. average, at $5,175, but it includes all the amenities and features that can make life comfortable and practically maintenance free.

Seniors are provided with private one or two bedroom apartments, individualized care plans, onsite nursing available round the clock, exercise classes, activity rooms, restaurant-style meals and wellness programs. Boston retirement homes also offer scheduled transportation for outdoor excursions and trips to parks, restaurants, shopping or recreation areas. There are plenty of opportunities to enjoy leisure time indoor as well, within libraries or lush, beautiful gardens.

SeniorGuidance.org provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.

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