Assisted Living & Senior Living in U.S.

Assisted Living Quincy, MA

 

Assisted Living Facilities in Quincy, MA

Fenno House

540 Hancock Street, Quincy, Massachusetts 02170

Norfolk County

Capacity: 102 people

Phone #: (617) 773-1590

Atria Marina Place

4 Seaport Driv, Quincy, Massachusetts 02171

Norfolk County

Capacity: 69 people

Phone #: (617) 770-3264

Brookdale Quincy Bay

99 Brackett Street, Quincy, Massachusetts 02169

Norfolk County

Capacity: 109 people

Phone #: (617) 472-4457

Atrium at Faxon Woods

2003 Falls Blvd., Quincy, Massachusetts 02169

Norfolk County

Capacity: 57 people

Phone #: (617) 471-5595

Allerton House at Hancock Park

164 Parkingway, Quincy, Massachusetts 02169

Norfolk County

Capacity: 50 people

Phone #: (617) 471-2600

Quincy Assisted Living for Seniors

When it comes to considering retirement options, Quincy, Massachusetts can be an ideal choice. Regarded as the "City of Presidents", it has a rich and diverse culture with deep historical significance. The city lies on the southern suburb of Boston and has a thriving assisted living community. Residents at the assisted living facilities in Quincy are offered a holistic and vibrant living experience that does not compromise their independence or freedom.

These facilities are in close proximity of the best health care and research centers. Correspondence with physicians, doctors and therapists is easy for the staff as well as family members. There are trained caregivers and on site nurses to assist with any task or daily routine activity. Residents are provided premium care and dedicated service that ensures a comfortable, hassle free lifestyle.

Quincy may also appeal to seniors for its relatively low costing assisted living facilities as compared to larger cities in the state, such as Boston. When compared to Boston or other cities of the state, the average monthly estimate of $4,167 is slightly lower than the rest. This is all-inclusive with amenities such as personalized care plans, Wi-Fi access, fine dining experience, exercise classes, activity rooms, social and cultural programs as well as health care monitoring.

Seniors are also offered scheduled transportation for appointments and excursions. There are many other transportation options for people who like to spend time outdoors. Apart from that, seniors can also keep busy and indulge in their hobbies indoors. These facilities feature libraries, patios and even cafes where residents can spend time alone or with loved ones.

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