Long Term Care for Seniors from Dedham MA

State-of-the-Art Nursing Home Near Dedham, MA

Meeting Your Medical, Social & Emotional Needs

Our long-term care is set in a nurturing environment that provides round-the-clock nursing care for the frail and elderly. Our residents grow to cherish the dedicated caregivers who staff their neighborhood, and build lasting and meaningful relationships. Family members are always welcome and are encouraged to play a vital role in their loved one’s care.

Our specialized services include:

  • Daily Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy
  • Orthopedic Rehabilitation
  • Cardio Care
  • Pulmonary Rehabilitation
  • 24-Hour Nursing Care
  • Alzheimer’s & Dementia Care
  • Respiratory Care
  • Pain Management
  • Alternative Medicine
  • Complex Medical Management
  • Wound Care
  • IV Therapy

Located in Needham, the Briarwood Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center is just a short drive away from Dedham, MA. With our state-of-the-art facilities, plus our attentive and professionally-trained staff, you can rest easy knowing that your loved one is in a good and caring place.

Call 781-449-4040 to learn more, or to schedule a tour of our facilities today.

Dedham is a town which serves as the County Seat of Norfolk County, Massachusetts. Original settlers of the town wanted to name it Contentment, but were overruled by the Massachusetts General Court who elected to name it after Dedham, Essex in England. As of 2010, Dedham has a population of 24,279 residents.

Resources for Dedham Seniors and Their Families:

AARP Caregiving Resource Center – Caregiving resources from AARP including planning, benefits and legal.

Senior Bathroom Safety Tips – You want to have peace-of-mind as your parents age. Many accidents happen in the bathroom, because of that you’ll want to make sure the bathroom is as safe as possible.

Dedham Council on Aging – The council serves citizens of Dedham 60 and over by designing and implementing programs and services, providing information, and responding to the needs of the elderly.

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