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Ayer Police Make Holiday Donation to Nashoba Park

Residents of Nashoba Park in Ayer got a special holiday surprise when members of the Ayer Police Department delivered dozens of cuddly holiday gifts to the assisted living community.  Members of the Ayer Police arrived just days before Christmas to deliver new stuffed animals for every resident of Nashoba Park, which the team at Nashoba…

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Nashoba Park Residents Celebrate Thanksgiving

AYER, MA – In a year that has been uniquely challenging for us all, the residents of Nashoba Park Assisted Living in Ayer took time last week to celebrate what they are most thankful for. The community’s dedicated team of associates ensured that the day was truly special, preparing a delicious, traditional Thanksgiving meal complete…

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Nashoba Park Residents Take a Trip to Paradise with Summer Luau

AYER, MA – An island breeze was blowing at Nashoba Park Assisted Living in Ayer as associates and residents enjoyed a vibrant luau complete with a performance by traditional Polynesian dancers. The event, held in the community’s sunny courtyard, offered residents a first class ticket to paradise without ever leaving home. While the traditional dancers…

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Nashoba Park Resident Rings in 102nd Birthday

AYER, MA – Constance Valley, affectionately known as Connie by her family and friends, recently celebrated her 102nd birthday in style, complete with cupcakes and a car parade hosted by her daughter and staff at Nashoba Park Assisted Living in Ayer. Turning 102 is certainly no small feat, and her friends and family set out…

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Nashoba Park Thanks Local Community Partners

AYER, MA – As local communities have rallied together to support healthcare and essential workers, Nashoba Park Assisted Living has been overwhelmed by the kindness and generosity of their neighboring businesses. “I cannot adequately express my gratitude to our families, friends, and local small businesses for their donations of meals, homemade cloth masks and face…

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Nashoba Park Centenarians Share Their Tips for a Long, Happy Life

AYER, MA – It’s the question we’re always asking: what’s the secret to living a long (and happy) life? Experts all agree on the basics, such as eating well and staying active, but what is the key to truly thriving in late adulthood? Recently, three charming centenarians who live at Nashoba Park Assisted Living in…

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Nashoba Park Residents Participate in 8th Annual Hunger Run 5K

Nashoba Park Residents Participate in 8th Annual Hunger Run 5K Each year, Nashoba Valley Medical Center organizes a Hunger Run to benefit the Loaves & Fishes Food Pantry, a non-profit organization that provides food and temporary support services to residents of Ayer, Devens, Groton, Harvard, Littleton, and Shirley. The 5K takes participants through the groomed…

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Donated Flowers Bring Smiles to Nashoba Park Residents

AYER, MA – Every Tuesday and Friday, the residents of Nashoba Park Assisted Living receive a very special delivery: fresh, beautiful flowers from the local Shop N’ Save grocery store in Ayer.  The flower donations first started in September, when Nashoba Park Executive Director Libby Mattei asked the store if they had any surplus flowers…

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Ayer Residents Experience Brain Healthy Cooking

Pictured above from left to right: Caitlin Silva, RD, LDN, Clinical Nutrition Manager at Nashoba Valley Medical Center, Maryellen King, Director of Community Relations at Concord Park Senior Living, Virginia Leonard. Business Development Manager at Nashoba Valley Medical Center, and Stephanie Burton, Executive Director at Nashoba Park Assisted Living. AYER, MA — There is no…

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Nashoba Park & Compass on the Bay recognized as Top Assisted Living

Nashoba Park & Compass on the Bay both recognized as “Top Assisted Living” Nashoba Park Assisted Living, in Ayer MA, and Compass on the Bay Memory Support Assisted Living, in South Boston, were recognized by Assisted Living Today as belonging to the Top 20 Assisted Living Communities in Massachusetts. Read more »

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