Gracious Assisted Living and Memory Support in Brookline

Goddard House Assisted Living in Brookline is committed to providing residents with a healthful, stimulating lifestyle and the perfect recipe of services delivered with the kindness and compassion that inspired its founding over a century ago. This vibrant and innovative community offers both traditional assisted living and memory care in an exquisite setting just outside of the city, along Boston’s Emerald Necklace park system.

Assisted Living Brookline Goddard House

Goddard House offers Brookline area seniors a unique environment including an art gallery, urban farming project featuring vegetable and herb gardens, chicken coop and bee hives, and Olmsted Place Memory Support Neighborhood.

Serving the Local Community

Goddard House Assisted Living and Memory Support in Brookline is a not-for-profit organization serving elders in Massachusetts for more than 160 years and has been at the forefront of serving the needs of older adults in the Boston area since 1849 when it opened the first private, nonprofit home for elders in Massachusetts.

Brookline Assisted Living Goddard House Farm

Goddard House serves local seniors throughout Brookline, MA as well Newton, and the abutting Boston neighborhoods of Allston, Brighton, Jamaica Plain, Fenway–Kenmore, Mission Hill and West Roxbury. Whether you’re looking for assisted living, memory support or a short-term respite stay, discover the Goddard House.


Goddard House is a not-for-profit 501 (c)(3) organization that offers assisted living. Although we receive private, federal, and state funds, these revenues do not cover the costs of enrichment programs that enhance the quality of life for our residents. Please consider a donation and learn more here >>

Brookline Assisted Living Community Residents Benefit from the Growing the Farm Program

The Goddard House Assisted Living and Memory Support community in Brookline uses chickens, local food and gardening activities to create a unique resident program that focuses on sensory experiences and the outdoors. Read full story in the Brookline TAB >>

March Event

Opening Minds through Art

Drop in anytime for this exhibit by Olmsted Place Artists throughout March
OMA is an art program that is grounded in person-centered ethics and founded on the fact that people living with dementia are able to express their creativity.

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