Independent living in a friendly community of like-minded seniors offers a wide variety of benefits ranging from rewarding social interactions to freedom from household burdens and chores. At Heritage at Framingham we believe that aging is the beginning of a new and exciting chapter of life.
Heritage at Framingham’s independent living community gives our residents back the power to choose what they want to do, when they want to do it and with whom. Our residents have the opportunity to socialize or to relax, spending quality quiet time alone – it’s their choice. The helpful staff at Heritage at Framingham arranges activities both inside and outside of the community to support residents’ need to learn, laugh and be entertained. The bright interior spaces in our state-of-the-art facility range from a large, sun-filled dining room to cozy nooks where a good book can be enjoyed.
Residents at Heritage at Framingham enjoy three healthy meals a day in our bright and welcoming dining room. Our residents appreciate the flexibility of our dining program, which offers a wide array of choices and schedules. Snacks and a cup of hot coffee or tea are available throughout the day.
The independent living apartments at Heritage at Framingham are kept immaculately clean with linen service once per week and laundry available at any time for the convenience of our residents.
Transportation to shopping and medical appointments is readily available. Group excursions to area concerts, sporting events and other activities are also offered. Heritage at Framingham is a short ride from both Boston and Worcester, allowing residents to enjoy the many cultural and social offerings of these dynamic cities.
If, at any point, assistance is needed, it is immediately available. The staff of Heritage at Framingham is thoroughly trained in the care and support of our residents. Our staff has access to a wide array of resources, which enables them to provide sensitive, competent care.
Independent Living Overview
We have the staff to meet every need from medical to social services.
Social engagement, intellectual stimulation, humor and entertainment.
Individualized dietary plans for each resident by nutrition professionals.
Maintaining a sense of purpose, a connection and a zest for life.
Find the plan that works for you or your loved one’s unique situation.
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