Newton and Wellesley Alzheimer Center - Wellesley, MA

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  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Hospice Available
From the Community

On behalf of our team of caregivers and support staff, thank you for considering our healthcare center. We offer a full range of medical services to meet the individual needs of our residents, including short-term rehabilitative services and long-term skilled care. Working with the resident’s physician, our staff – including medical specialists, nurses, therapists, nutritionists, dietitians and social workers – establishes a comprehensive treatment plan intended to restore you or your loved one to the highest practicable potential. Our goal is to provide quality care in a comfortable, compassionate setting, demonstrating on a daily basis our guiding principle of providing Quality Through People.
Our center accommodates 110 residents. We are an all-Alzheimer’s facility providing care to residents with mid- to end-stage dementia. We also offer a specialized rehabilitation program for residents with dementia following surgery, or a decline related to an episodic illness. Our on-site physical, occupational, and speech therapies utilize interventions with specific approaches for dementia patients. Our staff is trained in clinical and academic Alzheimer’s care. Our innovative activities program is designed to be "failure free" and tailored to the abilities of the residents. It is our goal to provide the optimum quality of life for each resident. We engage each resident in all aspects of life. We are accredited by JCAHO and have an excellent survey record with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, with six consecutive deficiency free surveys. Newton and Wellesley has been named a recipient of a 2005 Step II Quality Award from the American Health Care Association. Last year, Newton and Wellesley received a Step I Quality Award.