114 Riverside Avenue New Bedford MA 02746
Life at Whaler's Cove means living independently for senior adults who no longer want the responsibility of maintaining a home but may need a helping hand with personal care and other needs.
Located in Southeastern Massachusetts, on the site of the former Whitman Mills, bordering the Acushnet River, Whaler's Cove offers all of the comforts of home. Amenities include a spacious dining room, large sunroom, interior gardens, chapel, library beauty/barber salon and beautifully furnished lounge areas.
At Whaler's Cove, the professionally trained and dedicated staff are attentive to the ever-changing needs of the residents, assuring that they receive the services they need to maintain their independent lifestlyle.
Pricing at Whaler's Cove
*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 Whaler's Cove
Very nice facility. High marks for [Removed], Asst. Executive Director, who met with us and gave us the tour. Services are very extensive. Good start to our researching the options.
- Horrible experience
Whalers cove is the worst place anyone could put there mom or dad in. The food is horrible they are always running out of something. The cna's there are just awful. The main boss is just a diagrace to the...
- Angels to help!
Thanks to the Whaler's Cove staff to making the decision to join their community an easy one. From day 1, my Dad was welcomed and had everything done to make his transition as simple as possible. They...
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Community Details at Whaler's Cove
Senior Housing Types Provided at Whaler's Cove
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