Our renowned approach focused on the person not the disease.
A mindful approach to memory care.
Our Reflections Memory Care program is based on a philosophy of empathy, expression and mindfulness. Through varied and carefully planned programs, we support and enrich the experiences that our residents have every day.
Reflections is distinguished by its Five Principles for Vitality, which connect with the whole person through Continued Learning, Arts & Culture, Physical Fitness, Community Connections and Wellness & Self-Care. Through these five dimensions, residents can thrive in the moment as their best selves.
Our Open Campus approach allows Reflections residents to safely enjoy the entire community and its engagement activities throughout the day as desired, while providing them with a secure sanctuary to return to for rest, care and sleep.
We encourage all of our Reflections residents to be active members of society, to be independent, to express themselves and to flourish. We create life experiences and events, rather than merely providing “activities.”
Amber Evans named Vice Chair of Education and Outreach by the National Institute for Dementia Education (NIDE)
Amber Evans, our Director of Memory Care and Resident Engagement, has been named the Vice Chair of Education and Outreach for the National Institute for Dementia Education’s Standard of Excellence Council. Amber was recognized by NIDE for her remarkable contributions to dementia education and service and will now be a leader within the council, influencing dementia education standards and policies across the country.
LCB Senior Living Receives 2022 Hope on the Harbor Award
LCB is proud to be the first senior living provider to receive such recognition from the Alzheimer's Association
The LCB Senior Living team was recognized by the Alzheimer’s Association on May 12, 2022 for our ongoing support of the Massachusetts and New Hampshire chapters. This includes annual sponsorships and broad participation by 17 of our local senior communities in the organization’s signature events, “Walk to End Alzheimer’s” and “The Longest Day”, both held annually. We thank the Alzheimer’s Association for their hard work in the fight against dementia and look forward to working with them in the future.
Services & Amenities
All associates in our community are certified by the National Institute for Dementia Education (NIDE). Reflections residents receive personalized wellness plans and support with all activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and more. Additional services and amenities include:
- Medication management & administration
- Support and coordination of advanced care needs (with third parties)
- Hourly resident checks
- Continence care
- Housekeeping & laundry
- Three chef-prepared meals daily
- Spacious common areas, including safe and secure outdoor recreation areas
- Fully furnished apartments are also available
Where words fail, expression remains.
Expressive art therapies stimulate parts of the brain that hold memories, skills, desires, and feelings like comfort and joy. Because art transcends speech, we can achieve profound connections.
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