The Residence at Watertown Square
20 Summer St Watertown MA 02472
The community has 90 apartments; 37 one bedroom apartments and 28 studios for independent or assisted living residents. Our Reflections Memory Care Neighborhood consists of 20 Reflections studios and 5 companion suites. Apartments in Reflections include a kitchenette (without cooktop).
Amenities abound at The Residence at Watertown Square! It is designed to promote resident interaction through research-based, resident-driven programming conveniently located right outside our apartment doors. Apartments include full kitchenettes with cooktops, granite counter tops, custom cabinetry, karndean hardwood flooring, carpeting and walk-in showers.
Our restaurant offers anytime dining from 7am-7pm. Our Bistro for lighter fare is open from 10am-1pm. There are numerous common areas including a full-service salon, wrap-around porches, a media room, library, sunroom and country kitchen.
We are excited to be collaborating with McLean Hospital, The Center for Brain/Mind Medicine and The Center for Alzheimer's Research and Treatment at Brigham and Women's Hospital, and Harvard Medical School, which enables us to provide the best in purposeful programming and lifestyle interventions to promote healthy cognitive and brain aging throughout our community. It also empowers us to have our finger on the pulse of advancements in dementia treatment, new diagnostic techniques, and innovative non-pharmacological interventions and programming initiatives. As well, we will have access to their clinicians and their studies, provide the community-at-large and family members with educational opportunities, and conduct specialized employee training.
Our residents experience the peace of mind knowing that our Residential Care Associates are just a step away to provide support anytime during the day or night. Also, our Resident Care Director ensures a personalized care plan is created and monitored for each resident with the goal of keeping them strong and healthy for years to come.
For older adults with Alzheimer's disease and forms of memory loss, our Reflections Memory Care Neighborhood offers 20 spacious studio apartments and five companion suites for 30 residents. The neighborhood has its own dedicated and specially-trained Reflections Resident Care Director and Care Associates who focus on providing a purposeful and structured day in a safe and empowering environment. This results in one of the highest staff to resident ratio in the area. Also, all medication administration is performed by a licensed nurse at no additional cost to our Reflections residents.
Pricing at The Residence at Watertown Square
*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.
Reviews of The Residence at Watertown Square
- A building which shouldn’t be allowed to exist.
I cannot give this facility a rating. I speak from first hand experience, no measure are taken to correct issues. The degree of uncaring is overwhelming. I am planning to move my mother out as soon as possible....
- Good to go!
I liked this community and all that they had to offer. The people were accommodating and answered everything thing that we needed. It was just to far for grandma and to expensive. Everything was good though...
- My Thought Of The Tour!!
This is a beautiful community and I was impressed. This community cost a little more than we could afford. The people I met were fantastic and the community was clean. I would move in if I could.
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