Woodstock Terrace - Woodstock, VT

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From the Community

Welcome to Woodstock Terrace, an upscale assisted living community in Woodstock, Vermont, one of the prettiest historic towns in New England. We are committed to providing an enriching lifestyle for seniors who need some assistance with daily living, yet wish to remain as independent as possible.

This beautiful and luxurious senior living community offers a wide range of services to accommodate your needs:

Assisted Living Care and Services
Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Memory Care Services
Health Care Services, including Nursing and Medication Management
Long-Term Stays, Short-Term Stays and Respite Care
When seniors begin to need assistance with daily living, we are here to support their transition into a new, wonderful senior living lifestyle. At Woodstock Terrace, our team of caring professionals ensures that the transition to assisted living is an encouraging and happy experience. From the spacious senior living apartments to the beautiful surroundings and welcoming atmosphere, Woodstock Terrace is an attractive alternative to living on one’s own. Residents of Woodstock Terrace frequently partake in organized activities such as lectures, arts and crafts, exercise classes, and outings to cultural events. It’s easy for residents to connect with one another during social events and by conversing in our elegant common areas. Our attentive and dedicated staff is always available to help with any medical or daily care needs that arise. We provide peace of mind that someone is always there to lend a helping hand, no matter the task.

Woodstock Terrace is conveniently located near many attractive shops, restaurants, galleries and services, including physician offices and medical care. The Ottaquechee Medical Center is a mile and half away and the world-class care at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center is an easy drive. Our community is also convenient to the Veteran’s Administration Medical Center in White River Junction and Mt. Ascutney Hospital in Windsor, VT.