670 Main St, Weymouth, MA 02190
Windrose is a memory care community in Weymouth, Massachusetts, located a short distance from South Shore Hospital. Our community strives for our residents to feel celebrated, safe, and served. The Windrose vision is specifically designed to care for those with Alzheimer’s and dementia. To achieve this, we operate under a program exclusive to New England called Behavior-Based Ergonomics Therapy (BBET). This non-pharmacological therapy is an ongoing research program designed to help people with Alzheimer’s and other forms of memory loss have the best quality of life possible. To discover more about our wholesome community, give an advisor a call!
Our community amenities, which include common areas and coordinated activities, give residents opportunities to explore new friendships and hobbies.
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The contemporary senior living apartments of Windrose feature bright, sunlit interiors and updated appliances. Our accessible floor plans were designed to embrace a variety of lifestyles.
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Windrose at Weymouth is an assisted living residence, which in the state of Massachusetts is a residence that provides housing and personal care. Personal care includes assistance...
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.
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The community did everything for my loved one and took good care of them. You couldn't find a better place for memory care residents. The entire community is for memory care only. The staff are really good at working with the residents.
We moved our loved one after COVID had started, there was a lot of things that were promised to us that were not delivered because of the shut down. They had closed down the amenities before our loved one moved it and was not upfront about it with us, However they did offer a lot of amenities, but due to COVID our loved one was not able to experience them.
The staff were all very nice and very helpful. They were very accommodating. The community was amazing. They had everything under control and had music devices to give to the residents if they were feeling stressed out. It was a beautiful place. Although a little high, we did think the price at Windrose At Weymouth was mostly worth it.
The community is usually very clean. The staff is very friendly and quite experienced. They seem like they know what they're doing. The care that they are giving my mother is quite exceptional, especially given her memory care needs. They have been very accommodating during the Covid-19 pandemic, allowing me to see her on her birthday.
The staff has been great in helping [name removed] adjust. The building is clean and bright and beautifully maintained. I can’t imagine a better place for [name removed] to live. She is very well taken care of and safe.
We like the staff and the rooms here. The community has two levels and we wanted one level. This would be a good choice for families who want different living space for different levels of care. The food looked to be very appealing. We liked the cleanliness of the community. The activities would have been of great help for her. Only down side was that the activities area seem small and a bit cramped. We recommend the care and value to other families at this community
I toured this community while looking into care options for a loved one. The facility was well kept and clean, and all of the staff I met seemed friendly and professional. We ended up selecting another community, but this is somewhere I would have considered as an option for my loved one.
I toured this facility when I was looking into care options for my loved one. It is a brand new facility, and it is very nice looking. It is also very expensive, much more so than the option I ended up choosing. I was also somewhat put off by the sales staff, they were very polite but their "niceness" just felt very sales-y and not genuine.
Response from Windrose at WeymouthMarch 4, 2014
I apologize if I or my staff felt "sales-y", sometimes what feels genuine to one person may not feel that way to others. I am glad that you found an option that met your budget, however we have remedied the pricing issue by bringing on a low income program that assists families with limited income/assets.
Dad is moving to Monarch homes and I found it to be just what I was looking for for my him. The colors, activity schedule (he loves walks in the fresh air) and the great food (we had a yummy grilled cheese for lunch on our tour!) met my needs. If you want experienced staff in a place that helps - not just houses - people with dementia, then go to Monarch Homes.
My mother will be moving it to Monarch Homes of Weymouth this week. I found the building to be brilliantly laid out, with beautiful accommodations. The thoughtfulness in the design, and philosophy of care are what made us choose this place. We had lunch with the staff and were pleasantly surprised by the outstanding meal and service.
No pets. Only one occupant. Near bus line. Very hard to judge an empty facility. Facade would make Ma hang herself. Rooms very small. No private bathing area. Meals taken with staff for monitoring. No trips to Boston - they stay local.
Response from Windrose at WeymouthMarch 4, 2014
There is a reason that we do not allow pets, aside from allergies that staff and resident may have. As a Memory Care Community, the care of the pets would fall to staff as most dementia is progressive and resident may forget to feed, walk and groom their pets. We were newly opened in December and indeed had only one resident at that time. There are apartments available with private full baths, as well as those with half baths for those residents who may need more assistance with bathing. We have found that some residents would potentially flood an apartment with a shower in it, not to mention the fall and burn risk if they were to attempt a shower on their own. We do indeed use local venues for our excursions outside the community.
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