Cornerstone at Canton Assisted Living and Memory Support Community
Cornerstone at Canton offers local seniors service-enriched Assisted Living, ConnectedLIFE, an open campus memory support program for Assisted Living residents who have Mild Cognitive Impairment, and a state-of-the-art secure Compass Memory Support Neighborhood® affiliated with the Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Center.
This vibrant senior community is nestled on Revere Street, minutes from Interstate 95 and located just off Canton’s quaint downtown area featuring many shops and restaurants. Cornerstone offers residents several serene outdoor spaces including a dining patio, gazebo, raised garden beds and an enclosed outdoor courtyard inside our Compass Memory Support Neighborhood®.
With our 25 years of experience operating senior communities we know what the senior customer wants. Residents of Cornerstone at Canton enjoy an independent lifestyle with gracious accommodations, amenities, programs and services that support their well-being, essential to maintaining good health and an enriching life. It’s nice to know that as your needs change over time, our community provides just the right mix of independence and support.
Our community features spacious studio and one-bedroom apartments, as well as an array of community spaces designed to support a vibrant community of individuals doing the things they love, trying new experiences and enjoying the company of their neighbors. Residents enjoy a supportive lifestyle with personalized services, innovative EnrichedLIFE programming, a fine dining experience featuring our award-winning Brain Healthy Cooking Program, and upscale amenities including a full-service salon, library, café, theater, creative arts room, fitness center and the Paul Revere Pub which pays homage to Paul Revere’s historic roots in Canton.
Visiting Our Community
Seeing friends and family is important. Our community has thorough guidelines in place that will help us to continue to safely have visitors in our community for as long as possible. Please check out our Visitor Guide for hours and to book your time- and remember to bring your masks!
What is Assisted Living and Memory Support Assisted Living?
They sound like basic questions, but having a real understanding about what assisted living is, what it offers and doesn’t offer before you head in for a tour can be a big help. Use these valuable resources to get to know assisted living and how it fits into the continuum of care.