Newbury Court, Concord MA
Newbury Court is a unique, highly acclaimed residential campus in Concord, MA providing a distinctive continuum of services, amenities and care for older adults as their needs change. Learn More...
Providing quality housing, health and wellness services for people as they age is a hallmark of Deaconess Abundant Life Communities. Founded in 1889, as New England Deaconess Association, the organization has celebrated a long history and renowned reputation for providing a broad range of services and cultivating the desire of everyone to age gracefully. Uniquely, as the needs of residents at our communities change, we bring services to them preventing stressful moves and relocation. An abundant life, rich in family, friends, caring, comfort, and peace of mind, is what we strive to provide at Deaconess Abundant Life Communities.
Deaconess Abundant Life Communities is a growing network of residential communities that offer a variety of accommodations, services, features and amenities designed to fit the changing needs of older adults. Read More...
Deaconess cares compassionately for staff, residents, volunteers and families. Deaconess knows that if one continues to stay intellectually challenged, physically active, socially connected, and spiritually enriched in whatever way that provides meaning to an individual, that one can age well. Though there are many challenges along the pathway of the aging process, Deaconess believes that by providing supportive services in all of these areas, the later years of life will be more fulfilling and enriching.
You will love what you see when you Visit Us. Our flagship community in Concord, Newbury Court welcomes you to share a Jazz Barbecue with the residents. Rockridge in Northampton hopes you will join them for their upcoming flag raising. Seashore Point in Provincetown would love to take you on a dune tour. Wesley Woods in Gilford hopes you will share a snowshoe trek through the woods. We welcome you to join any of the resident groups to see what life is like at a Deaconess Abundant Life Community.
“My mother found a renewed sense of spirit when she became part of the Newbury Court community at the age of 77. After a relatively solitary existence in the 7 years after my dad's death, the activities, shared meals, and new friendships opened up for her a new community of elders in which she thrived. It made the final 13 years of her life much richer because of it. Moving my mom to Newbury Court in 2000 was one of the best decisions we ever made.”