Benchmark Senior Living
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Headquartered in Massachusetts, Benchmark Senior Living is the largest provider of senior housing in New England. As our name implies, Benchmark is dedicated to setting new standards of excellence in senior living. We are a company of people serving people, and focus our efforts on providing personalized and compassionate senior services to each and every one of our residents.
Benchmark Senior Living Communities
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Benchmark facility was nice and the people that work there seemed nice too. It seemed very clean and they had lots of activities available for the residents. The food smelled good, although I didn’t try it. The person that I spoke with, Louise was very knowledgeable about Nashua Crossings. She really went out of her way to understand the needs and requirements of our family member. She gave us a very solid tour and she followed up with me several times after the visit to see if there was any additional information we needed or if we have any questions. She offered me a lot of advice about senior care and things to consider during the decision making process. They have a van that goes out several times a week to bring the residents to doctor offices.
I like Tatnuck Park at Worcester. I thought it was very nice and really liked the location. They go on town trips to CVS or Wal-Mart and do activities inside like barbecues. They had a barbecue for Cinco de Mayo, which we were invited to attend. It was very nice. They were getting ready to go on bus trips somewhere, so there were a lot more people around.
Benchmark Senior Living at Shrewsbury Crossings was very nicely designed and beautiful. It was a gloomy day when we went, but it was very bright in there and very nice. We had a nice lunch there. They showed us rooms that were very nice. The people were a little older there than at the other place we saw. My sister is only 70, so she would be one of the youngest people. The food was delicious, with two or three things on the menu. If they didn’t like that or they have a special diet, they can get something else. I think my sister would be happy there, but the people weren’t doing anything; they were kind of quiet and using walkers.
We only visited Benchmark. Their staff was excellent and very helpful. Their rooms and apartments were excellent, too. Their grounds were clean and inviting. The atmosphere was great. The residents were great. Everybody seemed to be very happy. Their dining area was very nice. It felt like home.
My mom is living at Benchmark Senior Living at Shrewsbury Crossings, and it's fabulous. The initial impression we got when we visited was from the curb appeal. We met with the administrator who was phenomenal and explained everything. The cleanliness and just everything I know that my mom would be pleased with was there. I liked the curb appeal, the way they presented what they did with the residents, the apartments, the cleanliness, the friendliness of the staff ... EVERYTHING!
We visited The Village at Kensington Place. I was very impressed with the environment, the cleanliness, and the ability to shift from one level of need to another without necessarily going right to a memory care. The staff seemed fine.
I particularly liked Ashland Farm because it’s a medical model, so they have much more help than the normal assisted living. They have a nurse on staff, and they could have done her physical and occupational therapy should she need help. It was very pleasant, very warm, and comfortable. The facility was beautiful, seemed very well kept, and had everything you could possibly need. We looked at a studio that was small, but I think the care would compensate for that. The staff was very helpful. Overall, I was very impressed with it, and if my sister would need to choose a place, it would definitely be Ashland Farm.
I had a nice tour at The Commons in Lincoln. There was a lot of construction work happening, but I guess it will soon be over. They had exercise equipment and a list of other activities happening. The place looked fine.
This place is located in Nashua, Nh, the staff are very warm, caring and welcoming as soon as you enter the facility. You are greeted right away and all your questions are answered and you are being directed where you want to go and asked who you want to see. The place is wheel chair accessible, electronically monitored doors for safety. The hall ways are nicely lit. The showers are in each room. The place is extremely clean, they have coordinated out and indoor activities on site and off site. They offer podiatry, beauty saloon, computer accessible, music and dance all on site and transportation. The meals are freshly made here. The food is great and residents have plenty of choices to make. They have a nurse on site, occupational therapist as well as physical therapist that come and assist the residents.
Beautiful place, a living community that is designed to serve the needs of individuals with memory loss. The place is very colorful and welcoming to all visitors and residents. The residents here are encouraged to live a safe meaningful life. The staff are professionally trained to assist residents that wonder all day long. The smile and dedication they show to the residents, for someone with a loved one knows that he/she is in good hands. 24 hour care with activities of daily living. Variety of activities to choose from. The place is wheel chair accessible, with doors electronically monitored security system to ensure safety. Podiatry and a beauty saloon are on site. The food is great and is freshly prepared on the site.
Leominster Crossings is an independent assisted living facility located on Route 13. There is a courtyard and patio for outdoor entertainment. The activities room is located on the first floor which houses a baby grand piano. The residents are not within walking distance to shopping and restaurants; however, there are excursions to the various places within the community. There are apartments as well which offer more independence for the residents. The facilities here are state of the art. The Crossings is a relatively new facility. The seniors appear to be in good spirits. It was an enjoyable visit which left a very positive impression.
This is place is in the country, with very nice accommodations. The residents get three meals a day and they can be served food in their rooms even though the food is not that great. When you arrive at this place, what you notice is the smile of the staff put on their face when welcoming the visitors and the care they show to the residents. They have lots of activities for the residents and the place looks clean.
I recommend this place to anybody who likes a small crowd. This place is in a very quiet remote residential place. The staff are very nice, interactive, friendly and welcome. The food is not that great but they will keep your loved one entertained with lots of activities indoor and outdoors, there is always something to do, the salon and the The place is very clean, the rooms are big and clean. Excellent healthcare services.