One Railroad Street, Milford, MA 01757
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We chose Blaire House of Milford Assisted Living because I got a gut feeling that this was the right place, I looked at 5 other places. I immediately knew that it was going to be a good fit. The room sizes are great, my mother has a suite with a big bedroom, living space, and private bathroom. The food could use some improvement, there is a lack of variety and the food is not very fresh and or appetizing. My favorite part about the community would be the atmosphere, it has a non-institutional feel. I would recommend the facility without any hesitation.
Especially with the Covid-19 pandemic, they have done a great job protecting the residents. The staff is mostly pretty good. I have noticed especially during the middle of the day and after lunch, sometimes the residents are left in the activity room and are occasionally left with no staff to assist if something goes wrong. They do have activities available and have continued to during the Covid-19 pandemic and have been allowing residents to gather in small groups in the lunch room to take their meals.
My father recently moved on to the Memory Care unit of Blaire House about 4 months ago. My Step-mother, who had fallen and broken her hip, was living in a skilled nursing setting. The plan was to move her to the nursing care unit at Blaire House so that they could be closer together. From the time my father arrived, he was given warm and supportive care. His goal in life was to spend time with or talk to his wife. The staff did what they could to help him with whatever transportation we could set up, and to keep him engaged in activities as much as possible when he couldn’t be with her. Unfortunately, my Step-mother passed of co-vid before they could be reunited. It was a particularly difficult time for our family because we live in Canada and could not cross the border to be with him. It was at this point that we felt the caring support of the family-owned Blaire House encircle him. [Name removed] , the director, spent time with him, as did other staff. They had the obituary printed and framed for him. The morning of the service, Dad was agitated because he couldn’t find a tie to wear. [Name removed] arrived at his room with a tie for him. [Name removed] took the time to take him to the cemetery for the graveside service, and took some pictures so that Dad would remember that he had been there, and had participated by leaving flowers. Since we are not able to care for him ourselves in our homes, I could not imagine a better place for him to be. [Name removed], admissions officer, helped us to organize the move and get him settled. [Name removed], the director of nursing, has made us feel like part of a team working together to make Dad’s life as meaningful as possible. Communication is particularly well done at Blaire House. During this co-vid crisis, [Name removed] has been clear in his e-mails to family about the status of residents and staff. This has helped to alert us to the potential dangers but also to reassure us that they were doing everything in their power to keep everyone safe. The staff also have a Facebook page where they regularly (3-4 times a week?) post pictures of residents involved in special activities, or just in regular fun. I always make a point of checking to see if Dad is shown. There are two pictures in particular that I cherish because they show my Dad just being my Dad – smiling, waving, holding up a sign saying what he is thankful for. I should also mention that the physical surroundings are lovely. Dad is very content in his studio apartment. He can’t always remember what he’s had for dinner, but he always knows that he enjoyed it. In summary, I would heartily recommend Blaire House’s Memory Care unit for a family member who needs a safe and structured environment. I thank them for their care and concern for my father and my family.
My father moved in to the Memory Care floor of assisted living in Eddie Pond Milford MA early in February. From our first contacts with [name removed], the Admissions manager, we have been treated with respect, care and compassion. Dad was met at the door when he arrived, and welcomed by staff. Acclimatizing to a new home has been a challenge for him. All of his daughters live out of the country and we can't always drip in, so it is particularly difficult for us to calm him when we talk to him on the phone and he is confused. Staff have been very good at responding to our phone calls day or evening. [Name removed] has gone in after his work hours to talk with him. We are so pleased with Blaire House, and are convinced that we have found the right place for him.
Blair House of Milford Assisted Living is a very nice community. As we learn more about the different communities available we have found that we want a bigger facility with more space available for community areas than Blair House provides.
I would recommend Blair House Assisted Living in Milford Mass to any of my family and friends. The apartments are very nice, the whole staff were wonderful to my Dad and to all who visited him even late when they had to stop what they were doing and let me in and out. The food was very good, the cook was so friendly and would make anything theat a resident wanted, not just what was planned for that meal. I left each visit with my Dad at ease and confident that my Dad was not only safe, but happy. My Dad was there short term after rehab, and is back in his own condo. He would choose to go there again if he ever needs an assisted living apartment.
I was happy to tour this community for my mom's care. We liked the staff who seemed to answer the questions that we had on the care that is available. The community was clean and we were able to see that they have a nice variety of meals. Activities are available for the residents who want to participate. We would recommend other families to tour this community for the care of a loved one.
It has been a great experience for my mother in law at this community. I like the staff, they are good at what they do. They are very attentive, and they always answer all my concerns. There a nice activities available, and she has tried a few. The sever nice, healthy meals. She is doing very well here, and I'am pleased with all they have done for us. This is a community I would recommend.
They are a wonderful community. Everything is great. It is small and new. It is a lovely place with a warm feeling. They have activities available and my aunt gets to volunteer. She raves about the people and the meals. She has gained weight from eating a more balanced meal. They also negotiated their prices, it has helped us out and they have a nursing home to transition into.
We have been pretty happy with them so far. It was the best placement for him. We aren't dealing with a mega corporation, and being able to have a family onsite managing things, and being able to talk to who is making the decisions, just makes a world of difference. They are responsive and attentive. When I visit he is alert and smiling. He is clearly happy, and looks chipper.
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