Welcome to Duxbury House At The Village
New Memory Care Assisted Living Residence in Duxbury, MA
Caring for residents like family is a long-standing Welch Senior Living tradition for over 70 years. With life-enriching amenities and respectful care and support, every detail of our Duxbury House At The Village Memory Care Residence is designed to enhance quality of life for those living with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias.
Our brand-new, specially designed memory care assisted living community has two intimate, self-contained households. Thoughtfully designed for freedom of movement, each household of just 12 suites reduces stress and builds a sense of community. Resident Care Assistants are available around the clock to help with personal routines and to encourage personal connections.
Your loved one will experience all the comforts of home, from living room to country kitchen to ideally-sized private suite, with three delicious chef-prepared meals and a variety of familiar activities throughout the day. In this soothing homelike environment loved ones gain peace of mind, reconnecting as family, rather than as caregivers.
Our Exceptional Lifestyle Offers Ways to:
Connect with compassionate caregivers and other residents, with more quality time with family members.
Engage through familiar activities and personal routines to encourage positive moments and better mental and physical health.
Nourish the soul and the senses with fresh, chef-prepared meals and healthy snacks served in a low-stress home-like setting every day.
Receive respectful support that promotes the highest quality of life provided by 24/7 Resident Care Assistants and Life Enrichment Staff.
For additional information or to learn more about Duxbury House, contact Mary Brennan at 781-298-0297 or email@example.com more >
Check out the July 2022 issue of “Life on the Bay” magazine for a special feature on local residents who are also Duxbury House employees!learn more >
Duxbury House was recently highlighted in the Patriot Ledger. “This has really proved to be a godsend,” Grace and Ted Curtin’s son Ted said. “With the onset of COVID, it really gave us a great deal of security to know my folks are safe and well taken care of. The staff are affectionate, kind and caring and have a sense of how to be with people with memory issues.”learn more >