AYER, MA — Nashoba Park Assisted Living has unveiled new community renovations, ushering in modern, stylish updates to its common spaces.
The Volunteers of America Massachusetts community, professionally managed by Senior Living Residences of Braintree, has been a pillar of the Nashoba Valley community for more than fifteen years and launched this expansion project in 2021. The project focused on updates to some of the residents’ favorite spaces, including their Lounge, Library, Sun Room, Game Room and more.
When you now enter Nashoba Park, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, you feel like you are entering a brand new Assisted Living community. Renovations are complete with new carpeting and furnishings, paint and accent wallpaper throughout the first floor, as well as updated upholstery fabrics, accessories, and light fixtures. As a whole, the project incorporated contemporary design elements and put a modern twist on the site’s history as a major railroad junction.
While the Assisted Living community is unveiling these major updates, their commitment to enhancing each resident’s quality of life remains unchanged. Nashoba Park is known to families and area eldercare professionals for their integrity, commitment to valuing their associates, and an innovative programming and research-based approach to senior living.
“We know that Nashoba Park is our residents’ home, and this project shows how much we want to invest in them and make our community as comfortable as possible,” said Executive Director Kimberly Gagnon. “If you haven’t been inside Nashoba Park in some time, I encourage you to come for a visit; it’s truly a transformation.”
Nashoba Park Assisted Living, a Volunteers of America Massachusetts Senior Community, offers local seniors service-enriched assisted living. Residents enjoy a meaningful, supportive lifestyle with personalized services, innovative EnrichedLIFE programming, and restaurant-style dining featuring their award-winning Brain Healthy Cooking Program. The Assisted Living community has formed a close-knit group of seniors who engage in fun and educational activities, helping them to remain social and independent for as long as possible. Learn more online and schedule a tour at www.NashobaPark.com.