Rogerson manages more than 1,000 units of assisted
and independent housing, serving nearly 1,500 families.
Rogerson’s pioneering adult day health programs
provide the support and care of “nursing homes
without walls” to an additional 250 elders who
choose to live in their own homes or with family.
has pioneered in the provision of specialized housing
and services for people with Alzheimer’s disease
and HIV/AIDS. Rogerson also manages retirement communities
for active seniors. Other nonprofit organizations,
including Sophia Snow House/Roxbury Home for Aged
Women, Mount Pleasant Home, King’s Daughters
and Sons of Norfolk County, Council of Elders and
Forward, Inc., turn to Rogerson Communities for development
and management expertise.
Communities helps elderly and low-income men and women.
This assistance, across generations and with attention
to the diverse cultural traditions of our society,
can include housing, health care and supportive services.
Our programs respect and enhance each person's dignity,
self-reliance and vitality. Providing leadership and
innovation, we work cooperatively with other organizations
and with our neighbors to create and maintain programs
for living that offer both security and challenge.