Rhode Island Monthly Independent Living 2014 : Page 9

SPE CIAL AD VER TISING SE CTION Lighthouse at Lincoln The Lighthouse’s large staff allows for a truly personalized experience—for our residents, their families and friends. Mem-ory care issues come with many questions and daily concerns, and we work in close collabora-tion with your family on a care strategy. Our staff is led by a dedicated management team focused on creating a positive experience and enriching the lives of each of our residents. Our goal is to facilitate a happy and meaningful life, regardless of age and mental or physical limitations. We are committed to helping our residents live the fullest lives possible, with daily opportunities for recreation, learning, culture and fun. Featuring the Habilitation model pioneered by the Massachusetts chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, we create opportunities for residents to experience success throughout the day. 425 Albion Road Lincoln, RI 02865 phone: 401 333 4600 web: lighthouselincoln.com Berkshire Place Berkshire Place Nursing and Rehabilitation center is located in Providence. Berkshire is a family owned and operated business that began in 1995. We have con-stantly provided exceptional care to our residents by our profes-sional sta . The most recent inspection survey by the Rhode Island Department of Health provided a deiciency free report. This survey result places Berkshire at the top of the list of nursing and rehabilitation centers in Rhode Island. Constant attention to quality care, resident needs and all things necessary for an exceptional quality of life for our residents is our chief concern and goal. Our sta is regularly provided train-ing to make exceptional care our standard. 455 Douglas Avenue Providence, RI 02908 phone: 4015538600 fax: 4015538608 email: info@bp-nc.com Laurelmead Cooperative For the past twenty years approximately 500 fortunate retirees have been able to call Laurelmead Cooperative (located on the East Side of Providence) their home. As owners of Laurelmead, these seniors have helped this community become one of the area’s inest by far. Every decision about daily operations is made with the wishes of the resident owners in mind. During 2014 we expect to be welcoming many new owners. Our quest for these new residents begins this spring. If you are in-terested in learning more about advantages of living at Laurelmead, contact our sales manager, Diane Lamontagne by phone (401-273 9550) or by email (dlamontagne@laurelmead.com). So if you are interested in raising your expectations about retire-ment living, take some time to learn more about Laurelmead. 355 Blackstone Blvd. Providence, RI 02906 phone: 401 273 9550 email: sales@laurelmead.com web: laurelmead.com Laurelwood Laurelwood is a well-established, active adult community in North Smithield o ering new, single-level condominium homes that can be inished to your liking. Select from four loor plans rang-ing in size from 1,200 to 1,817 square feet. Each plan includes a full basement, attached garage, private deck and more. Our on-site design center will help per-sonalize your interior. Features such as nine-foot ceilings, central air, ceramic tile and hardwood looring, and custom kitchens with granite tops are all standard. Energy-e icient construction means that you will save hundreds on utility bills and enjoy a neighborly, walkable site with a central community center that you will ind easy to call home. Priced from $269,900. Visit our four furnished model homes on site. 170 Providence Pike North Smithield, RI 02896 phone: 401 356 1130 web: laurelwoodri.com RHODE ISLAND MONTHLY l MARCH 2014 119

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