Methuen Village Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support
Methuen Village at Riverwalk Park offers local seniors service-enriched Assisted Living and a secure residential Compass Memory Support Neighborhood for those with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Our community features gracious accommodations and many amenities at reasonable monthly rates. Residents receive individualized attention and catered assistance from a professional and caring staff. Supportive services are tailored for individual needs, including personal care, medication management, delicious meals featuring selections from our Brain Healthy Cooking menu, life long learning programs, cultural enrichment and wellness programs, housekeeping, and more!
Methuen Village is located just off the hustle and bustle of Broadway at the end of Gleason Street, a small cul-de-sac. It is nestled among acres of natural beauty with lovely woodlands, the Riverwalk Park and the Spicket River abutting three sides of the development. Most of the community rooms and many apartments have lovely views of the natural surroundings. While residents benefit from a convenient “in town” location within easy walking distance to shops and restaurants, they also will enjoy this quiet, idyllic setting.
Methuen Assisted Living Community Raises $6K for Alzheimer's Association
Methuen Village Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support recently hosted their annual Casino Night, an evening of spectacular food and games, to support a cause. This year, all proceeds were donated directly to the Alzheimer’s Association, Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter. Read More in the Valley Patriot
Molly Schauss, Olympic goalie makes stop at Methuen Village
U.S. Women’s Ice Hockey goalie Molly Schaus visited residents yesterday at the assisted living complex. Read More at EagleTribune.com
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