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Concord Park offers Dash N’ Dine meal pickup

Concord Park Senior Living held a Dash N’ Dine curbside meal pickup for their professional partners June 24. Attendees enjoyed a home cooked picnic style dinner for two including a full chicken, strawberry feta pasta salad, fresh chilled vegetables, focaccia bread, wine and a chocolate ganache tartlet for dessert. “At Concord Park, we are committed…

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Concord Children’s Center Donates Masks to Concord Park

The Concord Children’s Center donated over 100 homemade masks for associates at Concord Park, an Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support community in West Concord. During the school year, students from the Children’s Center participate in intergenerational programs with residents at Concord Park and the students have continued to send letters and cards to the…

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Concord Park Seniors Receive Art from Local Students

At Concord Park Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support, students from near and far have been sending letters, art and inspirational messages to bring extra cheer to residents. “It’s really touching to see the outpouring of community support,” said Natasha Heimrath, executive director at Concord Park. “Residents light up when they see a letter, note…

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Concord Park Senior Living Hosts Holiday Celebration

CONCORD, MA — On Thursday, December 12th, Concord Park Senior Living hosted a holiday celebration to remember. More than 40 guests including residents, families and staff gathered at the Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support Community to enjoy an evening of good cheer, festive entertainment and tasty holiday favorites. The menu included shrimp cocktail, various…

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Concord Park Residents and Families Enjoy Fall Fest

CONCORD, MA – On Saturday, October 26th, over 50 residents, family members, friends and staff enjoyed a true old-fashioned Fall Fest at Concord Park Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support. Organized by Concord Park’s Director of Compass Programming, Dan Petitt,  and Program Assistant Emily Seaman, the community was transformed into a beautiful Autumn retreat for…

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Acton Memory Cafe Provides Supportive Environment

The “Dementia Friendly” movement is one that is quickly spreading across our area. As part of this movement, a monthly Memory Café in Acton offers a safe space for individuals with memory loss and their families to connect, share stories and advice, and engage in fun activities.  Memory Cafés give those with memory loss and…

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Concord Park Residents Learn about Rare Fruit

CONCORD, MA — On Aug. 7, residents at Concord Park Senior Living were provided an interactive tasting and informative session on rare fruits by the community’s programming and culinary teams. Fruits were showcased from several regions around the globe, and residents had the opportunity to not only taste, but learn about their origins and health…

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Acton Council on Aging Hosts Paying for Assisted Living Seminar

ACTON, MA — On Thursday, July 18th the Acton Council on Aging hosted approximately 40 local seniors for a presentation on “How to Pay For Assisted Living”. The event was presented by Concord Park, an Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support Community located in West Concord.  Presenter Maryellen King, Director of Community Relations at Concord…

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Concord Park Senior Living Voted #1

Concord Park Assisted Living & Compass Memory Support has been voted #1 in Concord for Best Assisted Living Community, as well as Bronze in the region. These awards are determined by the voices of local Concord area residents voting for the companies, products and organizations that they hold in the highest regard. This is the…

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Concord Park Senior Living Hosts Jazzy Brunch Fundraiser

  Pictured, from left: Cathy Collins, Catherine Delnore, and Timothy Collins. CONCORD, MA — On June 9, Concord Park Senior Living, a Volunteers of America Massachusetts Senior Community, hosted a Jazzy Brunch fundraiser to benefit the  Alzheimer’s Association. Residents, families, and community members attended the fundraiser, which raised $800. Local businesses and individuals donated items…

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