Luxury Independent Living, Assisted Living & Reflections Memory Care
Imagine finally having the time to do the things that make you happy: Catching up on the best-seller list, getting out to the theater with friends, learning a new language, or just relaxing with the people you enjoy. Imagine life without the worries and stresses of maintaining a home. Imagine you being you again. This is the life that awaits you at The Residence at Orchard Grove, located at 258 Walnut Street in Shrewsbury, MA. Our gorgeous new community offers every amenity, impeccable service, and a private apartment home for you to make your own. It’s what you have worked so hard to enjoy!
Beautiful Shrewsbury’s story is one of pride of place. Colonial homes and orchards established 250 years ago still draw visitors with their charms to this desirable town, as did Lake Quinsigamond’s Victorian resorts with their steamboat trips and gingerbread pavilions in centuries past. Notable locations spanning five centuries await around nearly every turn, as do all of the fantastic modern amenities that make this community so wonderful!
Our Reflections Memory Care neighborhood is renowned for its approach, and benefits from our collaboration with Brigham & Women’s Hospital, McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School.
Serving Shrewsbury, Boylston, West Boylston, Grafton, Northborough,
Westborough, Southborough and other fine communities.
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Our Latest Blog Entry:
Helping Mom Adjust to Change
Any kind of change can be challenging, particularly when it involves our living situation. The prospect of leaving the comfort zone of a family home, no matter how necessary it might be, usually involves some measure of anxiety — especially when moving to memory care facilities. Even seniors who have chosen a senior community and […]
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Like a lot of challenges we tend to avoid, change can be one of the hardest – and best – parts of life. If your parent is facing a move and feeling a little unsure, we’ve got some helpful tips on how to address their concerns, on the blog today…