Luxury Independent Living, Assisted Living & Reflections Memory Care
LCB Senior Living, LLC is a developer/operator and third-party manager of quality senior housing communities. With nearly 30 years’ experience, LCB is a knowledgeable and trusted team of senior living experts, pioneering modern Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Memory Care services throughout New England and the eastern United States.
At LCB, we use our senior living expertise to provide quality care in a close-knit and home-like environment for our residents. Beyond that, we ensure our residents can feel like themselves again while receiving as little or as much assistance as they require.
Our renowned Reflections Memory Care services uses a non-pharmacological approach to promote dignity, quality of life, and cognitive development and retention. Our professional staff understands the complex needs of older adults with memory challenges and provides superior care with the skill and compassion we would treat our own loved ones with.
We currently own and operate communities throughout New England and are developing several new communities in the Mid-Atlantic states. Whether it be developing and managing beautiful new residences, or managing yours, LCB prides itself in creating communities where our residents can enjoy continued comfort, security, and dignity as their individual physical, emotional, and cognitive needs change.
Corporate offices located at 3 Edgewater Drive, Norwood, MA 02062
- LCB Senior Living Assumes Management of Traditions of Wayland and Traditions of Dedham
- LCB Senior Living Closes on The Residence at Penniman Hill
- The Residence at Orchard Grove in Shrewsbury Celebrates Grand Opening
- The Residence at Melrose Station Holds Grand Opening Ceremony
- LCB Receives Approval for The Residence at Penniman Hill in Hingham, MA
- LCB Begins Construction on The Residence at Chadds Ford in PA
- Dedication and Groundbreaking Ceremony Held at The Residence at Summer Street
News & Events
Our Latest Blog Entry:
Recognizing the Signs of Dementia
In an age when technology has made it a breeze to communicate with people from all over the globe, research shows that our society feels more lonely than ever before. For the ever-growing senior population, this is especially true, with 43% expressing feelings of extreme loneliness and isolation.
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