Assisted Living at Village Walk
The assisted living neighborhood at Village Walk offers thoughtfully designed suites with flexible personal care plans that can change as your needs change. You get just the help you need with bathing, dressing, grooming, medication management and more so you can continue to pursue your passions and live life your way.Contact Our Team
A Wealth of Services and Amenities
The services and programs at Village Walk make it easy to attend events and activities, participate in healthy exercise or enjoy the company of others.
At Village Walk our culture of gracious hospitality and service ensures every interaction with your loved one is respectful and meaningful.
- Scheduled housekeeping.
- Interior and exterior maintenance.
- Scheduled local transportation.
- 24-hour security and emergency system.
- Secure rear-building parking.
Village Walk provides the finest in assisted living amenities without compromise.
- Beautifully appointed formal dining room.
- Casual bistro with adjoining patio.
- Comfortable pub for gathering with friends.
- Internet lounge.
- Theater for movies and entertainment.
- Creative arts studio.
- Rooftop observation deck with adjacent sunroom.
- Hair styling salon.
- Calendar of events and entertainment.
- South shore waterfront access..
- Nearby access to public transportation,
including train, bus, ferry, interstate.
Assisted Living Floor Plans
Our assisted living neighborhood is bound to have a floor plan you’ll love. Choose from a variety of cozy studios and light and airy one- and two-bedroom layouts. Plus, just beyond your apartment door, your living space extends to a whole host of spaces for socializing, entertaining and recreation.
Two Bedroom Club Suite
Two Bedroom | Two Bath | 494 Sq Ft
One Bedroom | One Bath | 397 Sq Ft
Studio | One Bath | 291 Sq Ft
Residents and Their Families Love Village Walk!
“I have nothing but great things to say about this community. All of the staff members go above and beyond to provide great service for their residents.”
“We cannot speak highly enough of Village Walk, and we strongly recommend this wonderful place to anyone who is looking for a truly great place to live!”
“We truly feel we have made the right decision for our dad and feel so fortunate to have found the Village Walk. We are extremely impressed by every member of this team and are truly confident we made the right decision for our dad.”
Frequently Asked Questions
Assisted living gives you the helping hand you need to keep active, stay engaged, and pursue your passions. You’ll live in a thoughtfully appointed residence and receive assistance with the basic activities of daily living, tailored to your specific needs, such as help with bathing, dressing, grooming, medication management, and more. A skilled nursing facility, on the other hand, is for those with chronic medical conditions or disabilities who require round-the-clock care and supervision by licensed skilled nursing professionals.
There are a variety of options families use to help pay for assisted living. Here are a few that you may want to consider:
- Long-term care insurance
- Life insurance
- Veterans’ benefits
- Sale of a home
- Reverse mortgage
- Bridge loan
Consult our senior living experts or a trusted financial advisor to discuss the options which would work best for your family.
Yes! At Village Walk, connections matters! Here you always have choice, flexibility, and control over everything you do. You’ll have the freedom to stay connected to the area and be close to the ones you love, while at the same time enjoying all the advantages of residing in a friendly and welcoming senior living community that nourishes your well-being and supports the interests and passions that bring meaning to your life.
We promote a personal, attentive approach to helping you become integrated into your new home and well connected to everything there is to enjoy at Village Walk. Of course, what you choose to participate in and how your services are structured and delivered are always up to you. This is the choice, control and flexibility that is the hallmark of every community managed by Life Care Services®.
Watch for a few factors that may signal it’s time for a move to supportive living. For example, a senior may suddenly stop doing a longtime hobby, or withdraws. You may notice sudden weight loss or a change in grooming habits. You may find the house is in disorder or your loved one seems to be unable to follow conversations. And if you suspect memory loss is disrupting your loved one’s daily routine, it also could be time to seek medical advice.
Your parents are welcome to bring furniture they love to make their apartment feel like home. To help you visualize the space, ask for copies of our floor plans.