Experience Westfield's Armbrook Village!
With over 25 years of experience operating senior communities we know what the senior customer wants. Residents of Armbrook Village in Westfield enjoy an independent lifestyle with gracious accommodations, amenities, award-winning dining, 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 is able to provide just the right mix of independence and support.
- Spacious Independent Living apartments with concierge services
- Service-Enriched Assisted Living
- Compass ConnectedLIFE, an open campus assisted living option for those with Mild Cognitive Impairment
- A state-of-the-art Compass Memory Support Neighborhood®, affiliated with the Boston University Alzheimer’s Disease Center, featuring research-based treatment for those with Alzheimer's and related dementia
Our exceptional building with its wide array of dedicated community spaces has been designed to support a vibrant community of individuals doing the things they love, trying new experiences and enjoying the company of their neighbors. Through the building amenities and our robust EnrichedLIFE and Compass Memory Support programming we support and encourage an active independent lifestyle.
Armbrook Village Recognized as Westfield Chamber's Business of the Year (2018)
The Westfield Chamber of Commerce announced their "Of the Year" Awards for 2018, and Armbrook Village has been named Business of the Year for their ongoing presence in the greater Westfield community, efforts to make Westfield the first dementia friendly community on the East Coast, and newest initiative to combat senior bullying. Read more from BusinessWest »
Beth Cardillo and Julie Waniewski Give Presentation on Senior Bullying in West Springfield
Beth Cardillo Discusses New Bill Requiring Medical Professionals to be Trained in Alzheimer's & Related Dementias
A new state law will change the way Alzheimer's and dementia patients are treated. The law, signed by Governor Baker, will require changes to be made throughout the state to diagnose and care for those who have Alzheimer's and dementia. Watch on WesternMassNews »
Beth Cardillo and Julie Waniewski discuss new programs from the Dementia Friendly Westfield Initiative
Beth Cardillo talks about Armbrook's ConnectedLIFE program for those with early signs of memory loss on Better Western Mass
More News From Armbrook Village
Memory Café at Armbrook Village
October 10th | 2:00 pm
We invite caregivers to come with their loved ones who have Alzheimer’s and other related memory disorders for refreshments and an art activity with Art Therapist Amy Porchelli! For more information about our Memory Café, call (413) 568-0000 or visit DFCommunities.org.
Noah Lis Entertains
October 10th | 3:30 pm
Join us for a return visit from vocalist Noah Lis, former contestant and finalist on NBC’s The Voice!
Memory Chorus at Armbrook Village
October 31st | 2:00 pm
Lend your voice to Armbrook Village’s Memory Chorus, the newest addition to our Dementia Friendly Westfield Initiative. Armbrook Village’s Memory Chorus takes advantage of the therapeutic benefits of singing and socializing and wraps it into a fun and inviting afternoon! We are looking for like-minded participants with a desire to bring joy, purpose, and understanding to people living with memory loss and those that love and care for them - whether or not you have a great singing voice! Can't make it this month? Join us next month! We meet the fourth Wednesday of every month at 2:00pm. Call for more info and to RSVP: (413) 568-0000
Alzheimer’s Support Group at Armbrook Village
October 31st | 6:00 pm
Enjoy a light dinner and a chance to share your personal experiences and strategies for communicating with your loved one! For more information, call (413) 568-0000.
"We are passionate about our Dementia Friendly Communities Initiative which promotes education, communication techniques and sensitivity training to help combat the stigma of dementia and Alzheimer’s. Anyone who is interested in our FREE educational fact sheets can visit DFCommunities.org and contact us to arrange for a training. We also offer a "Train the Trainer" session so you can spread the Dementia Friendly movement to your organization or community. We are thrilled to have trained, so far, the Mayor and many employees at City Hall, the Westfield Fire Department, the Noble VNA, and many staffers at Noble Hospital."
- Beth Cardillo, Executive Director