369 Pond Street, Ashland, MA 01721
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This community has a whole calendar of events from bingo, chair aerobics and a walking club. They also have arts and crafts, sometimes the residents will paint and during the holidays they may make decorations. They also have game and movie nights. The calendar is broken down by cognitive vs physical. The engagement director, she is fantastic. The food is fantastic, and the chef is amazing. Our loved one only eats certain things and the chefs caters to all of her wants. They have a very nice variety to choose from. The care takers who are with my mom day to day are amazing, they are so kind to her.Reviewed on A Place For Mom
The Residence at Valley Farm is very clean and well kept from the community rooms to the model rooms we toured to the outside grounds. The food is so delicious and the choices many every day. So many activities to choose. We enjoyed our tour immensely.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
This is a lovely community, they are caring for my husband and his needs very well. They do a good job with the maintenance of the community, everything is nice and clean. It is a fairly new facility so everything looks beautiful. They have a great staff here. They do individual care plans, and that is very helpful. They keep him active and he is more engaged now. They have taken a huge stress off of me, I know he is being cared for well. I would highly recommend this community.Reviewed on SeniorAdvisor.com
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