Cape Cod Assisted Living Residences

Assisted Living Facilities on  Cape Cod & The Islands

All Cape Cod Assisted Living Residences are listed below.  These facilities offer a level of independent living while providing added assistance and care for a safer and healthier living environment.

Cape Cod Assisted LivingAssisted Living Facility Residence (ALF)
– A residential living arrangement that provides meals, housekeeping, transportation, individualized personal care and health services for people who require assistance with activities of daily living. The types and sizes of facilities vary from a small home to a large apartment-style complex; individual units range from single rooms to multi-bedroom apartments. They also vary in the levels of care and services that can be provided. Assisted living facilities offer a way to maintain a relatively independent lifestyle and more privacy for people who don’t need the level of care provided by nursing homes. In most cases, assisted living residents pay a regular monthly rent for room and board, plus additional fees for the services they receive.

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Make this selection carefully.
Do your research and be sure to visit the facilities in person.

Ask lots of questions, and find references if you can.


 

 

Assisted Living Facilities

Mid-Cape – Lower Cape – Outer Cape
Upper Cape – Martha’s Vinyard & Nantucket
(Plymouth included)

 

 

Mid-Cape – Lower Cape – Outer Cape

EPOCH Assisted Living at Brewster Place
855 Harwich Road
Brewster, MA 02631
Phone 508-896-3252
Fax 508-896-6912 

The Woodlands at Pleasant Bay
120 Woodlands Way
Brewster, MA 02631
508-240-1990
Fax 508-240-1175

 

The Assisted Living Residency at Thirwood Place
237 North Main Street
South Yarmouth, MA 02664
508-398-8006
800-248-5023
Fax 508-760-4110

 

Mayflower Place Retirement Community
(Independent & Assisted Living)
579 Buck Island Road
West Yarmouth, MA. 02673-3200
508-790-0200
800-245-8389
Fax 508-790-0004

 

Emeritus Senior Living at Whitehall Estate
790 Falmouth Road
Hyannis, MA 02601
508-790-7666

Emeritus Senior Living Community
888-594-4834
508-790-7667 (fax)

 

The Royal at Harwich Village
328 Bank Street
Harwich, MA 20645
508-430-7067
Fax 508-432-9849 

Broad Reach Healthcare
390 Orleans Road
North Chatham  MA  02650
Phone 508-945-4611
Fax 508-945-2245

 

Seashore Point
100 Alden Street
Provincetown, MA 02657
508-487-0771

 

Brookside at Regency – Assisted Living
120 South Main Street
Centerville, MA 02632
Tel: 508-790-5800
Fax: 508-790-0558

 

Harbor Point at Centerville
Assisted Living Community
for the Memory Impaired
22 Richardson Road
Centerville, MA 02632
508-778-2311
Fax 508-862-9887

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Upper Cape – Martha’s Vinyard & Nantucket

(Plymouth included)

Atria Woodbrier – Falmouth
339 Gifford Street
Falmouth, MA 02540
508-540-1600
800-456-3183
Fax 508-548-2996 

Heritage at Falmouth
140 Ter Huen Drive
Falmouth, MA 02540
508-457-6400
508-457-6437(fax)

 

Decatur House
176 Main Street
Sandwich, MA 02563
508-888-6404

 

Cape Cod Senior Residences
100 Dr. Julius Kelley Lane
Bourne, MA 02532
508-564-4474
Fax 508-564-4574

 

Henrietta Brewer House
P.O. Box 2460
47 Causeway Road
Vineyard Haven, MA 02568
508-693-4500

 

Stafford Hill
60 Stafford Street
Plymouth, MA 02360
508-830-9990
Fax 508-830-9929

 

Plymouth Crossings
157 South Street
Plymouth, MA 02360
508-830-4744
508-830-4748 (fax)

 

Cape Cod Senior Living Options and Retirement Housing Facilities for Independent Senior Living
Retirement Communities – Assisted Living – Nursing HomesSkilled Nursing

If you have had dealings with a any of these assisted living facilities, please let us know your experience below – thanks!
… it will be very helpful for others.

4 Comments

  1. Unless your parents have approx. $12,000-$15,000 -or more- per month, you cannot live in an assisted living facility. Its horrible for the elderly to have people making so much money off of their backs. My parents have been in two assisted living facilities now and the lack of help – or appropriate help at all – is completely inadequate. The CNA’s are mostly rude, poorly trained, dont speak English, and dont want to be there. I have been to many “facilities” to tour. My heart breaks for the elderly. You are given an initial price and then it keeps going up and up. In four months, my parents’ monthly fees have gone up $4000. Now having to look for a third place and they are out of money!! What do we do?? Its horrible and incredibly sad and stressful.

  2. Assisted living can be costly depending on which option you go with, so it’s important to find the one that works the best for you. It’s great that veterans with lower income are given the opportunity to receive benefits. Thanks for sharing this.

  3. Thanks for sharing such a useful information about Assisted living facilities.

    • Thanks Ryan!
      … hope it helps. We would love to hear about your experiences with these facilities if/when you get to this point.

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