Independent & Assisted Living in Ashland | The Residence at Valley Farm

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Dining room at The Residence at Valley Farm
Anytime Dining in Style– On Your Schedule!
The Results Are In!
Collaboration With Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital and Brigham & Women’s Hospital
LCB’s Kelly McCarthy Wrote the Book On Dementia

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Luxury Independent Living, Assisted Living & Reflections Memory Care

Welcome

The Residence at Valley Farm is a brand new community featuring stunning architecture, a signature clock tower, beautiful landscaped grounds, and every convenience, service or indulgence you can imagine!  Located at 369 Pond Street in Ashland, MA, we offer the community its finest Independent, Assisted and Reflections Memory Care services, in a vibrant community that’s full of life.  With two decades of senior housing experience, we offer our residents and their families the peace of mind they are looking for, while providing an active, stimulating community full of life, laughter and friendship.

Our Reflections Memory Care neighborhood is renowned for its approach, and benefits from our collaboration with Brigham & Women’s Hospital, McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School.

 

Serving Ashland, Framingham, Holliston,
Hopkinton, Sherborn, Southborough, Westborough 
and other fine communities.

News & Events

Our Latest Blog Entry:

How to Tackle Dementia’s Communication Challenges

Dementia in general (particularly Alzheimer’s, its number one cause) wreaks havoc on day-to-day skills we take for granted — not the least of which is our ability to communicate. Challenges in word recall, overall forgetfulness, and the agitation that can result are all tough on patients and caregivers alike; Dad’s increasing inability to process and […]

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Connecting with someone living with dementia can be challenging. When having a conversation, use names instead of pronouns – even if you repeat yourself. And, be sure to talk about one thing at a time. #LivingWithDementia #TheMoreYouKnow

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