110 Monastery Ave, West Springfield, MA 01089
Our community was created with family in mind and offers assisted living services with quality, personalized, and compassionate care services. Situated on 18 acres of magnificent grounds, we’re a true landmark of Western Massachusetts. Even more, Prosper at Monastery Heights was voted “Best Assisted Living Community” in the Springfield area eight years in a row!
We value the unique stories and health of every person in our community and aim to accommodate them as best we can. Seniors have lived historical, meaningful lives and shown us the gracious nature of life and love — and at Prosper at Monastery Height, we show our gratitude and devotion by providing residents in our community the best care and support possible.
While there are many opportunities to live an active lifestyle around our local area, Monastery Heights’ campus offers a variety of programs that residents can delight in, as well as important daily services. Staff schedules social, educational, and spiritual programs for residents to participate in, and meals are provided in our elegant, restaurant-style dining room. Residents also enjoy our lovely common areas and outdoor landscaped courtyards with gardens.
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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.
For a local A Place for Mom Advisor(877) 345-1716
The building itself is very old which presents problems by itself i.e. loses electrical power here and there, low toilet water pressure, air conditioning/heating system poor. Either too hot or too cold, never stabilizes to settings. Drafty windows, etc. Overall most of the aides are nice. They do nickel and dime you to death for the littlest of things though, so be aware and get it in writing what your needs are. Finally be forewarned the building is infested with fruit flies come Spring right through to the fall so enjoy the winter break from them. The flies are everywhere: in the dining room, elevators, apartments you name it. Most of the employees are oblivious to the infestation and chalk it up as a minor annoyance. Talk to some residents and they'll give you the low down.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
The building, a former monastery, has lovely features, but its age is showing. Hallways were somewhat dimly lit and some floors were uneven underfoot. Felt more like a college dorm than a residence. And while they are situated on beautiful acreage, there are no gardens or outside gathering areas to speak of, just a few seats near the entrance. A wasted opportunity. Residents were quite friendly and certainly seemed to be enjoying themselves, though.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
My grandfather moved into Monestary Heights from living in NY for over 30 years. He just lost my grandmother in July and there were lots of changes at once. He really adjusted nicely and all the staff was absolutely wonderful with him. They were willing to help him as much as he needed and were so very patient with him. He's been there for a couple of months now and he loves it. He says the food is amazing and he is making some friends along the way. Thank you again for giving my 89 year old grandpa a place to call home!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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