Methuen Village Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support
Methuen Village at Riverwalk Park offers local seniors service-enriched Assisted Living and a secure residential Compass Memory Support Neighborhood for those with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Our community features gracious accommodations and many amenities at reasonable monthly rates. Residents receive individualized attention and catered assistance from a professional and caring staff. Supportive services are tailored for individual needs, including personal care, medication management, delicious meals featuring selections from our Brain Healthy Cooking menu, life long learning programs, cultural enrichment and wellness programs, housekeeping, and more!
Methuen Village is located just off the hustle and bustle of Broadway at the end of Gleason Street, a small cul-de-sac. It is nestled among acres of natural beauty with lovely woodlands, the Riverwalk Park and the Spicket River abutting three sides of the development. Most of the community rooms and many apartments have lovely views of the natural surroundings. While residents benefit from a convenient “in town” location within easy walking distance to shops and restaurants, they also will enjoy this quiet, idyllic setting.
Methuen Village Residents Help Fill Backpacks for local YWCA
The Mother Connection and residents at Methuen Village filled 50 backpacks with donated school supplies for the YWCA. The program serves over 300 school-age children in Lawrence and Haverhill, many from low-income families. Read coverage in MethuenLIFE Magazine (page 19).
Methuen Village Residents Donate to Haitian Orphanage
Methuen Village Assisted Living Residents recently took a trip to Worcester to deliver donations that will be brought to children living in Brit's Home, an orphanage in Haiti. Collections for Be Like Brit Foundation Inc. began earlier this year, and donated items included toiletries, cake mixes for children's birthday celebrations, canned chicken and tuna, batteries and tinfoil. Read more in the Eagle-Tribune »
Methuen Village Residents Learn about Haitian Culture
Residents at Methuen Village Assisted Living took a trip to Haiti in spirit, learning about the country's culture through the Grab Your Passport program. The day was also used as an opportunity to raise money for the Be Like Brit Foundation, Inc, which was formed in memory of Britney Gengel, a Massachusetts college student who died in the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. Read more in the Eagle-Tribune »
Lawrence Native Honored with Methuen Village Lifetime Achievement Award
Adele LaFrenier has held a lot of titles in her life: teacher, singer, dancer, wife and mother, to name a few... Read more in the Lawrence Eagle Tribune »
Methuen Assisted Living Community Raises $6K for Alzheimer's Association
Methuen Village Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support recently hosted their annual Casino Night, an evening of spectacular food and games, to support a cause. This year, all proceeds were donated directly to the Alzheimer’s Association, Massachusetts/New Hampshire Chapter. Read More in the Valley Patriot »
Sing Like a Bird Performs at Methuen Village
October 14th | 3:00 pm
Join us as we enjoy a vocal performance by Sing Like a Bird.
Alzheimer’s Association Support Group
October 18th | 6:00 pm
Caregivers are invited to join us for our Alzheimer’s Association Support Group, where you can share personal experiences and learn strategies for communicating with your loved one! RSVP to 978-685-2220. Groups are held the third Thursday of each month.
Mark Tavenner Performs
October 18th | 7:00 pm
Join us as we listen to the talented Mark Tavenner on piano and keyboard!
Dr. Robert Stern Shares 'Reasons for Hope' at Methuen Village
November 13th | 6:00 pm
November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, and on the 13th, nationally acclaimed Alzheimer’s expert Dr. Robert Stern, Director of the Clinical Core of the Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Center, will give new hope for a cure by providing an overview of the cutting-edge research going on now at the BUADC. He’ll also go over the basics of Alzheimer’s and related dementia and the latest in memory loss prevention. To register for this dynamic presentation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 978-685-2220.