In the Health Center at Peabody Retirement Community, we provide care for every age and every stage of life. As a continuing care retirement community (CCRC), residents have multiple living options and a full range of senior care services, all in one location. The Health Center at Peabody has the resources and accommodations to allow peace of mind for future needs, with services like rehabilitation, long-term care, memory care and adult day memory care.
Find short-term senior rehabilitation services with a focus on getting you back to good health and a good life. Our Rehab to Home program includes:
Peabody’s Nursing Center Care provides 24-hour oversight to enhance health and promote healing from illness or injury through skilled nursing.
Find dedicated memory support for individuals living with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia in the Frank and Laura Smock Memory Enhancement Center. Our memory care program includes:
Caring for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease is a rewarding experience, however, you may need some time to attend to your own needs. A Day Away provides adult day services for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia, and includes:
The suites in the Health Center are leading-edge, incorporating senior-friendly design principles used by Lorraine G. Hiatt, environmental gerontologist and winner of an AIA/Design for Aging Award. For example, indirect lighting is easier on aging eyes, outlets are located higher on the wall, showers include a chair instead of a bench, faucets are off-center and more reachable and handrails are shaped for older hands. These are just a few of the details that help make Peabody’s Health Center Neighborhood such an outstanding choice for senior care services.
Multiple floor plans are available to meet your unique needs at Peabody. Contact us to learn more about additional options, based on current availability.
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