434 Jamaica Way, Jamaica Plain, MA 02130
Rogerson House is a memory care community located in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts. We accept residents from the age of 55 and above. We provide a host of community features that are optimal for memory care residents. Our purpose-built community was constructed to provide specialized care to meet every aspect of our residents’ day-to-day needs. In addition to assistance with activities of daily living, we offer regularly scheduled off-site experiences and trips. We want our residents to have access to everything they need, both inside and outside of our community. We don’t expect you to move in without your furry companion, so we allow pets such as dogs and cats in private rooms. And loved ones are able to visit you with ease, by taking advantage of our free guest parking. If you’d like to learn more about what Rogerson House can do for you, contact a Senior Living Advisor today!
We provide a restaurant-style dining experience with a personal chef and kitchen staff who prepare three meals each day. In addition to proper nutrition, we have specially curated on-site activities that stimulate both mental and physical well-being. Our community offers a healthy living program promoting cognitive, dietary, and physical health,...
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
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My mom spent her last three years of her life at Rogerson-entering when she was almot 99 years old until she recently passed away at 102. My mom's las t chapter of her life could not have been better; my husband and I interviewed and visited several facilities but none were like Rogerson House. It is truly unique; its homelike atmosphere and set up on the two residential floors, the staff trained to care for people with different levels of dementia and thus different needs;the variety of art, exercise and music programs all designed to keep the residents active, entertained and keep the minds active! We visited daily and were always encouraged to participate in the activities along with my mom and the other residents. And we often were there at mealtimes so we almost felt like we were still at home with my mom having a meal together. The nursing staff was very quick to call us if they had any concerns about my mom even if there was something very small they still always called to alert us. Whenever we had a concerns and reached out to the executive staff or nursing staff a meeting was quickly convened and solution found. There are so many social events there for the residents and their families to enjoy their times together. All kind of Holiday gatherings are held throughout the year. And the outdoors area in the back is wonderful place to spend the afternoon whether at the weekly Friday cookout or just strolling outside or sitting as we often did with my mom in the gazebo. Also my mom always wanted to look her best so the weekly visit with the hairdresser who had space in a mini salon on the Ground floor and the manicurist who also visited weekly were perfect for her. My mom over time referred to Rogerson as home and we definitely found the perfect place for her to spend the last chapter of her lifeReviewed on A Place For Mom
We were very impressed with the beautiful and well- maintained facility. Staff were welcoming and friendly.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
Their presence and staffing is right! They understand people with memory problems and know how to manage them and treat them...they just seem to care about them. They are adequately staffed, which is night and day from our last place!Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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