126 Smith Street, Waltham, MA 02451
Waltham Crossings is a comfortable and casual senior living community, with easy access to the surrounding Metrowest area. Residents of Waltham Crossings enjoy chatting with friends in the fireplaced living room, barbecuing among the gardens, or joining in on a game of cards in the Cape Cod room. At Waltham Crossings, we have daily exercises to start the day, and nightly movies to end the evening with friends. Themed parties and outings to local restaurants and attractions also provide new experiences and treasured memories.
The Assisted Living lifestyle at Waltham Crossings offers a personalized balance of assistance and independence. Enjoy the privacy of your own apartment and the support of our caring staff for anything you may need.
The Harbor Program helps those with Alzheimer's and other memory impairments to stay active and engaged, supported by a caring staff, specialized programs, and a neighborhood designed just for them.
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
*Prices quoted are monthly rental charges and are provided by the communities themselves. Actual prices may differ due to one-time fees, timing and care services required. Speak with your Senior Living Advisor to learn more.
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I found the experience with my husband was terrible. Was called at 5:00 pm to come and get him. Was told he was too aggressive. When I got there I had no idea what I should do with him, because he could not come home. No offer of assistance was made available and I had to transport him to NW hospital at rush hour traffic with an aggressive person. Then I tried to get my deposit back and a refund for the month that was all paid for and I got the run around. Money is what is all about...screw the family and the resident.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My father was a resident in the memory care unit for three weeks. He fell and contracted pneumonia in his first week. I had to hire my own nighttime aides after one week. I removed him after the third week. I believe my father was being abused in their facility. He had bruises, they couldn’t explain how he fell. These memory care units are not safe for elderly dementia residents. They only care about the money and they are extremely deceitful. My father is gone now, my heart breaks for all the elderly in these places. There is little to no oversight for these facilities. I have attempted to complain to many entities and I’m still trying. If you have a bad experience, keep complaining, keep giving bad reviews. Our elderly deserve so much better.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Did an impromptu visit on [date removed]. Met [name removed], RN who showed me around the facility. We briefly went over the cost and services. [Name removed], Dir. of Community Relations called to arrange to see and assess mom for possible admittance to Benchmark. Meet at [date removed]. [Name removed] and [name removed], RN will be there.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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