New LifeStyles - Northern New England

Fall/Winter 2014

Issue link:

Contents of this Issue


Page 31 of 51

See legend on page 25. 32 MEMORY CARE Yarmouth, ME - Concord, NH BAY SQUARE AT YARMOUTH 27 Forest Falls Drive Yarmouth, ME 04096 (207) 358-4881 AL, ALZ (Ad on page 9) MAP #3 ARBORS OF BEDFORD 70 Hawthorne Drive Bedford, NH 03110 (603) 647-9300 AL, ALZ Stimulating life enrichment programs make us an enjoyable place to live. (Ad on back cover) MAP #1 BEDFORD FALLS 5 Corporate Drive Bedford, NH 03110 (603) 471-2555 AL, ALZ (Ad on page 9) MAP #4 THE BIRCHES AT CONCORD 300 Pleasant Street Concord, NH 03301 (603) 369-4417 ALZ (Ad on page 9) MAP #5 Our Harbor Program for the Memory Impaired helps our residents stay active and engaged, supported by a team of caregivers who love what they do, and a neighborhood designed just for them. From our Dining with Dignity program, to sharing photos, stories, and memories online, our innovative care helps residents stay connected with the people who love them most. The Arbors of Bedford is the area's premier residence for people at every stage of Alzheimer's disease and other memory impairments, serving New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts. We are nestled in the pines along the Merrimack River, in the heart of an American Bald Eagle sanctuary. This quiet, natural setting is a wonderful therapeutic benefit to our residents, creating a perfect backdrop for a healthy and happy lifestyle. Our Harbor Program neighborhood uses familiar sights, sounds, and tastes to create a place that feels like the towns where our residents raised their families. Every detail of our community is designed to help seniors with memory loss lead more rewarding lives. Through our innovative programs, dining, and care, we help residents enjoy a meaningful day, every day. The Birches at Concord was New Hampshire's first community exclusively dedicated to memory care, and today, we are still leading the way. Our patience, understanding, and experience make a world of difference. Here, every sight, sound, taste, feeling, and experience is designed to help seniors with memory loss lead more rewarding lives.

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of New LifeStyles - Northern New England - Fall/Winter 2014