Welcome to Nashoba Park Assisted Living, Ayer, MA
Nashoba Park Assisted Living in Ayer, MA is a historic renovation of the former Ayer Community Hospital. It is nestled in the heart of the Historic District on the hilltop just above downtown Ayer. Nashoba Park offers local seniors gracious accommodations, exciting EnrichedLIFE experiences and adventures, award-winning dining and a full range of supportive services and many amenities at reasonable monthly rates. Residents have their choice of private studio and one-bedroom apartments and enjoy a variety of beautifully furnished community areas, including a spacious landscaped courtyard and patio.
Nashoba Park Assisted Living Community is a Volunteers of America Massachusetts Senior Community, professionally managed by Senior Living Residences of Braintree, MA, a trusted name in senior housing and care with families and eldercare professionals since 1990.
Check Out What's Happening at Nashoba Park
Nashoba Park helps community understand dementia
The staff at the Garvin Center for Geriatric Psychiatry at Nashoba Valley Medical Center in Ayer recently participated in “Understanding Dementia in the Real World,” an interactive and experiential dementia awareness and communication training presented by both Concord Park Senior Living in Concord and Nashoba Park Assisted Living Ayer. Read More at The Concord Journal Website
Classical Pianist Adam Bergeron Performs at Nashoba Park
March 13th | 2:00 pm
Classical pianist Adam Bergeron will perform while also sharing commentary about the composers.
Darlene Bailey Performs at Nashoba Park
March 20th | 2:00 pm
Join us as folk singer and guitarist Darlene Bailey brings us American Folk tunes and more!
Silent Film at Nashoba Park
March 27th | 2:00 pm
Enjoy a silent film from days gone by accompanied by pianist Richard Hughes.
Tour Our Assisted Living Community
"We invite you to drop in for a tour! Take a stroll through our community and grounds, meet our associates and residents, enjoy a delicious meal, and have all of your questions answered."
-- Stephanie Burton, Executive Director