We went to one in Newton campus where my great grandmother was, but they're solely on private pay, so that wouldn't have worked out for my mother. The people who assisted me were great, and I enjoyed the tour. They had games going on, and they had plenty of living space for family to come and visit. She had a nice room, and they decorated it for her. It was a beautiful place, and it had kind of like a park or garden. She ate pretty great there. She liked the food. They played dominoes, bingo, and cards, and they had a library and a game room. During holidays, they'd always have them involved in lots of activities. They were very welcoming, and I've never seen a senior home do that.
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February 22, 2015
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Refund Plans: 75% of Entrance Fee; Declining Balance over 10 yrs. (Price: 75% of Entrance Fee). Assisted Living and Nursing Care on Fee-For-Service basis. Rental plan also available.
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