Assisted Living Care in Westwood, Norfolk County, MA

Daily life, eased.

Stay active and maintain greater independence with our on-site assisted living care program in Westwood, MA. Whether you want someone to monitor your medications, or if you need some help with daily tasks, we bring a helping hand to you in your residence. You’ll continue to live in your apartment, enjoy the Fox Hill lifestyle in Norfolk County and the people you’ve come to call friends.

With our assisted care program, residents receive up to 1.5 hours of superb health care each day in their home. Our exceptional team of certified nursing assistants can deliver personal services for the activities of daily life, such as bathing, grooming or dressing, as well as medication management. In addition, you reap the benefits of having a registered nurse overseeing your care, assessing when your recovery has progressed to the point you no longer need care, or working with you to add more services as you need them.

Your care plan is tailored to your individual needs and preferences, so you can continue to dine, socialize and take part in your favorite Fox Hill Village activities with greater peace of mind. And when in-home care doesn’t fit the need, our assisted living expansion will offer round-the-clock staffing and care in our Norfolk County residential setting.

COMING SOON: Fox Hill’s expanded assisted living suites will offer round-the-clock supervision and care in a beautiful home setting.

Assisted care includes:
  • Assistance from certified nursing assistants
  • Supervision of a registered nurse
  • Assistance with activities of daily living
  • Medication management
  • 24/7 medical alert system

FAQ

At Fox Hill Village, assisted care provides a combination of community living with personalized supportive services. This in-home care is designed to meet the needs of people who need help with activities of daily living on a scheduled basis. The goal of our Westwood assisted living care services is to ensure safety while preserving as much independence as possible.

When you’re concerned about yourself or a loved one, it’s best to start with a physician’s assessment. As you match needs to the right level of assistance, we’ll help you design a plan to help with daily tasks — taking medicines, bathing, meals, transportation and help with housekeeping.

Residents or their families generally pay the cost of care from their own financial resources. Depending on the nature of an individual’s health insurance program or long-term care insurance policy, costs may be reimbursed.

Discover the advantages of flexible assisted care in your home using our contact form.