COMING Early 2018!
Forestdale Park, located at the site of Malden's former McFadden Manor, broke ground in July 2016 and will be the newest Volunteers of America Massachusetts Senior Residence.
The community will feature 3 Independent Living apartments, and 59 studio and one bedroom Assisted Living apartments that will feature both our EnrichedLIFE programming for traditional residents and our ConnectedLIFE programming for those with early symptoms of memory loss. Forestdale Park will also accommodate 18 seniors in the state-of-the-art Compass Memory Support Neighborhood® which specializes in holistically treating the symptoms of cognitive issues including Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.
Malden Chamber, Forestdale Park to host networking event
The Malden Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Forestdale Park Senior Living Residences to host a “Hardhats & Cocktails” networking event from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Sept. 19, 341 Forest St., Malden. Read more on the Wicked Local Malden website >>
City and Elected Officials Tour Forestdale Park
Mayor Gary Christenson recently participated with Volunteers of America (VOA) President and CEO Thomas Bierbaum, State Representative Paul Brodeur, Ward 5 City Councillor Barbara Murphy, Malden Redevelopment Authority Executive Director Deborah Burke and other local elected and City officials for a sneak-peek at the progress of Forestdale Park Assisted Living and Memory Care Facility. More on the City of Malden's Website >>
The owners of a planned assisted living residence in Malden will be giving city leaders a glimpse of its future facilities on Forest Street June 14. Read more in the Boston Globe >>
Forestdale Park Senior Community names Melrose resident new executive director
Senior Living Residences and Volunteers of America Massachusetts named Dinah Olanoff, of Melrose, as the executive director of their new senior community, Forestdale Park. Read More in the Melrose Free Press >>
SLR Partners with Volunteers of America Massachusetts on New Senior Community
Throughout the country, the demand for senior care continues to rise. By 2050, the number of Americans over 65 will nearly double. By the same year, the number of people age 65 and older with Alzheimer’s disease may nearly triple, from 5.2 million to a projected 13.8 million. More on the VOA Massachusetts Website >>
Groundbreaking on Redevelopment of former McFadden Manor Site
CITY OF MALDEN | Tuesday, August 2, 2016
Mayor Gary Christenson recently participated with Volunteers of America (VOA) President and CEO Thomas Bierbaum, State Representative Paul Donato, City Council President Barbara Murphy, local elected and City officials and residents for a groundbreaking ceremony at the longtime vacant City-run nursing home known as McFadden Manor. More on the City of Malden's Website >>
"Forestdale Park model apartments will be opening soon! Shoot me an email to get on our Early Inquirers List and we'd keep you posted about all of our upcoming VIP events."
-- Dinah Olanoff, Executive Director