With the growing concern about the spread of Coronavirus and how it may impact our communities, the health and safety of our residents remain our top priority on all the campuses at Deaconess Abundant Life Communities. Infection control has always been a top priority for our organization and our dedication to providing a safe environment for our residents, and the staff who care for them, is unwavering. We continue to diligently monitor information and guidance from the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). We remain committed to inform and educate, while remaining available to answer any questions residents and families may have.
Rockridge was founded in 1971 by the late Elmo and Violette Young as a rest home. Also called Residential Care, it features 46 private suites, all with private bathrooms. Residents enjoy three home cooked meals a day that feature local produce, medication management, as well as daily activities and outings. To see the outings and activities available to the residents of our rest home as well as Rockridge as a whole click here.
24 hour staffing
Beautiful outdoor courtyard with gazebo
Weekly housekeeping and linen service
Community setting to encourage engagement
Pre-wiring for television, telephone and internet
Individually controlled heat and air conditioner
Enriching and entertaining programs that are resident driven and lead