One Lyman St
Westborough, MA 01581
Continuum of Care
A solid plan for your future—whatever it may bring.
The complete, high quality approach to care you expect from the Salmon family.
The Willows at Westborough campus offers a full array of on-site care and services – from independent living to assisted living, memory care, rehabilitation and skilled nursing care -- if ever needed. Simply by living at The Willows, you have a plan in place for healthcare needs in the future. And these services will be provided by our staff of dedicated professionals, so you can relax and concentrate on getting the most from life.
There is important convenience and comfort for family members and friends – especially spouses – living at The Willows, to visit people needing short- or long-term care at Whitney Place Assisted Living Residences or Beaumont Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center at any time, without concern for weather or travel.
In addition to services available on-site, as a Willows Resident you’ll also have priority access to all of the other SALMON communities in Natick, Northbridge, Westborough, and Worcester. SALMON Health and Retirement's offerings include: assisted living, memory support, adult day health centers, rehabilitation and skilled nursing, and home care and hospice services through SALMON VNA & Hospice.
You and your family will know your healthcare needs can be met by an organization that has been providing compassionate care for more than 65 years, through three generations of Salmon family members devoted to excellence. That creates peace of mind.
So why make a move? What's the cost-benefit analysis?
The value of a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC) is plain to see. Research shows that older adults in retirement communities live longer, happier and healthier lives.
It’s like an insurance policy, as LeadingAge CEO Larry Minnix puts it. “If I were to pick a list of risk-mitigating things seniors can put their money in,” Minnix says, “CCRCs would be at the top…”
One CCRC Resident since the year 2005 put it this way to The New York Times: “When my wife and I decided to move to a CCRC, just before Christmas, we told each of our six children that our decision represented the most significant gift we had ever given them. Never will they experience the gut wrenching anxiety of trying to figure out what to do with us. We are in a safe place now. No matter what the future brings, we can receive the right level of care right here.”