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 the sunny afternoon event. Music was provided by Shades of Gray, a Civil War era camp band, and residents enjoyed games and outdoor fall leaf peeping. Family and friends sampled fresh apples, cider donuts, pumpkin pie, cider and other local fall favorites. The event was one of many programs offered at Concord Park for residents and their loved ones.
About Concord Park:Concord Park is a Volunteers of America Massachusetts Senior Community and the organization’s first senior community in Massachusetts to offer this combination of housing and supportive services. The community is professionally managed by Senior Living Residences of Braintree, a trusted name in senior housing and care with families and eldercare professionals since 1990. For more information, please visit www.concordpark.org.