|| Residences and Respite Care
Assisted living for people with dementia may be the best choice during the early and middle stages of the disease. Our programs provide assistance with activities of daily living, a specialized recreation program, and a structured, engaging environment that provides ongoing stimulation and support.
Respite Care provides a caring and engaging place for a person with dementia to stay on a short-term basis while their primary caregiver is unable to care for them for reasons such as a vacation, work responsibilities or other personal reasons.
- Rogerson House, a state-of-the-art residence and day program developed and managed by Rogerson Communities, offers assisted living and respite care for people with memory loss.
- Allen House at Springhouse, a homelike environment managed by Rogerson Communities, provides assisted living and respite care within Boston's only continuing care retirement community.