Living life well and as independently as possible are hallmarks of all Welch Group assisted living communities.
Weymouth, MA (PRWEB) June 25, 2012
Two Welch Healthcare & Retirement Group Assisted Living Communities on the South Shore are listed among the top 20 facilities in Massachusetts by Assisted Living Today magazine. Allerton House at Central Park in Weymouth and Allerton House at Proprietors Green in Marshfield were singled out for recognition.
The family-owned and operated Welch Group has been serving the housing and healthcare needs of seniors for over 60 years. Assisted Living Today is a web publisher that specializes in elder care and information. According to Assisted Living Today Co-founder Ken Lyons, the goal of the Top 20 List is to make it easier for families and seniors to find the “perfect assisted living facility.”
Living life well and as independently as possible are hallmarks of all Welch Group assisted living communities. The residences in Weymouth, Marshfield, Hingham, Duxbury and Quincy offer a vibrant, engaged lifestyle, with as much or as little personal care as needed.
Beautiful, private apartments, fine dining and a range of amenities, services and activities are part of the distinctive difference at Welch Healthcare & Retirement Group assisted living residences. Additionally, Allerton Houses at Central Park and Proprietors Green offer continuum of care services. In Weymouth, day services are offered at Colonial Adult Day Health Center and short-term rehabilitation and long-term care is provided by Colonial Rehabilitation & Nursing Center. In Marshfield, individuals 62 and older can enjoy spacious apartment-homes in independent living, or if needed, may reside in the community’s assisted living-memory care neighborhood. They receive skilled nursing care at Bay Path Rehabilitation & Nursing Center in Duxbury. Both Bay Path and Colonial rehabilitation and nursing centers received perfect survey scores in 2012 from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
“We recognize that the decision to move to assisted living can be challenging for families and their loved ones,” says Paul Casale, Jr., executive director of Allerton House at Central Park in Weymouth. Adds Richard Johnson, executive director of Village at Proprietors Green in Marshfield, “To ease the transition we encourage families to lunch with us, enjoy an activity and meet residents and staff so they can see for themselves all we have to offer.”
All Allerton Houses are monthly rentals. Short Stays also can be arranged to assist with the transition to permanent residency. Through July 31, 2012, Allerton House is offering a 2-for-1 Vacation Short Stay Special. To learn more, visit online at: http://www.welchhrg.com/assisted-living-ma/index