Assisted Living & Independent Living Community Worcester, MA
Worcester, MA is a large city centrally located between Boston and Springfield. While it is recognized as one of the more sizeable cities in Massachusetts with a large population, residents have made it feel like a tight-knit community. Only 25 minutes from Worcester is our beautiful retirement community, ideal for those seeking either independent living or assisted living.
Independent Living Accommodations
If your loved one has recently retired, or he/she is looking to reside in a community while still maintaining their independence, book a tour of our independent living accommodations. At The Meadows, residents can enjoy being part of a fun-filled atmosphere and join any daily activities. They have the luxury of being part of a group while having time to themselves whenever they choose. Residents don’t need to be concerned with Internet, phone, or heating bills, and there is free parking.
Some other amenities are:
- Daily breakfast or dinner
- Weekly housekeeping
- Activity rooms
- Gas fireplaces
- Private washer & dryer
- Heated indoor pool
Assisted Living Community
Both independent living amenities and daily personal-care services are offered in our assisted living community, as well as an on-site nurse who is available 24 hours a day. We understand how difficult it can be transitioning to an assisted living community, which is why we are happy to discuss everything on your tour. At our assisted living campus, we ensure our residents don’t need to worry about housekeeping, transportation, or utility bills. Residents regularly enjoy watercise classes, fitness programs, fashion shows, and religious services.
New Horizons at Marlborough has won the Best of Assisted Living Award from SeniorAdvisor.com. We are always eager to answer any questions regarding our assisted living or independent living community. Feel free to give us a call at 508.460.5200 to schedule a tour.
Contact New Horizons
420 Hemenway Street, Marlborough
Betsy Connolly: Executive Director
Both New Horizons are strictly not-for-profit communities owned by Cummings Foundation, one of the largest private foundations in New England. Cummings Foundation awards more than $30 million annually, and has awarded more than $450 million to date to support greater Boston nonprofits.