Loomis House Retirement Living
Holyoke Retirement Community with Continuing Care Options
As the first continuing care retirement community in Massachusetts, Loomis House in Holyoke sets the standard in meeting the senior housing and long-term care needs and desires of men and women ages 62 years and older. Here you will find a full continuum of residential and elder care options, from supported independent living to assisted living and skilled nursing care, all on one beautifully landscaped campus.
A full-service retirement community in a charming residential neighborhood nestled at the foot of Mount Tom, Loomis House offers older adults all the comforts of home, with all the support needed, now and for the future. Loomis House provides a homelike setting where residents and staff become family. Cozy apartments and lovely grounds are available at a surprisingly reasonable price. Just minutes from I-91, Loomis House easily is accessible from the Springfield and Northampton areas.
Since 1902, our track record of success is assurance to you that Loomis House stands out over other retirement communities in offering all the comforts of home with all the help and long term care and support you may need – now and in your future. These options may be particularly helpful for couples with different care needs who wish to continue to reside together.
If you are looking for a terrific retirement community around Holyoke, Westfield, Chicopee, Southampton, Ludlow, or Monson this is the place. Give us a call today at (413) 538-7551 for a tour of our retirement community in Holyoke.
Did you Know?
We host monthly support groups for caregivers. One specifically for caregivers of loved ones with dementias and a second group for any caregiver. Dementia caregiver group meets every first Wednesday of the month from 4-5 pm. Regular caregiver support group meet every third Tuesday of the month from 6:30 - 8 pm. Both groups are open to the public and carry no cost.
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"A conversation with Kathy Haberlin, daughter of two residents"