Fairview Senior Living

Assisted Living at Laurel Place in Hudson

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Companionship & Security

Assisted Living offers an atmosphere of comfort and security, allowing residents to make more time for the things they love. Our compassionate staff is dedicated to providing the highest standard of care. They are always here to assist you with whatever you need.

We have designed a worry-free environment for our community members with access to nursing support 24 hours a day. With Assisted Living at Laurel Place, you are living independently but are never alone.

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Services & Amenities

At Laurel Place, we offer 24 ground-floor private suites (with private bathrooms) designed for comfort, privacy, and security. Each suite is designed with tasteful architecture and decor to portray the warm, inviting atmosphere that Laurel Place offers.

Laurel Place offers several communal areas to take advantage of, including a library/living room, a main dining room, and a private dining room. We’ll handle all the tedious household chores that you may no longer have time for, such as housekeeping, laundry services, and meals. You also have secured access to your ground-floor suite, private patio, and garden.

Assisted Living includes:

  • A furnished suite with a private patio and garden
  • Full-service dining for 3 daily meals
  • Nutrition management
  • Meal delivery in the event of temporary illness
  • 24-hour nursing care
  • Medication administration and management
  • Assistance with daily living activities, as needed
  • Housekeeping and laundry services
  • Cable TV
  • All maintenance
  • Full schedule of community-led activities
  • Friendly, attentive staff
  • Priority placement at Fairview

We recognize the importance of providing programs that aid our residents in building and fostering relationships. We offer high-quality opportunities to nurture the curious mind, feed spirits, and exercise our residents’ minds and bodies.

Some programs we offer include:

  • Barber, beauty shop, and manicures
  • Intellectual games such as Cranium Crunches, Synonyms, and Boggle
  • Group exercise, Tai Chi, and dance parties
  • Musical entertainment as well as sing-a-longs with resident musical participation encouraged
  • Wii games such as bowling
  • Catholic Mass
  • Creative crafts and painting
  • Bingo and Straight Shooter
  • Movies
  • Cooking groups
  • Coffee socials
  • Guest speakers
  • Annual Fall Fair
  • Volunteers
  • Pet therapy
  • Resident Council meetings
  • Gardening

You may be the first to notice your loved one needs additional support in their day-to-day life. It’s important to be diligent when suggesting someone you care about making the transition. It can be a difficult decision.

Typically, if your loved one is beginning to neglect their responsibilities, health, and hygiene, it may be a sign that they are having difficulty performing daily activities. Forgetting doctor’s appointments, frequent bruises, and a generally untidy home and yard can be warning signs that you may need to discuss assisted living with your loved one. If your loved one is alone all day with little social interaction, their social needs may not be met and they could benefit greatly from being a part of our community.

We can provide top-quality care to alleviate stress on you and your family.

30 day respite is available.

Moving into a new place can be intimidating for anyone at any age. Making the change from independent living to assisted living can mean significant changes for anyone, but we want to help. We work hard to ensure our assisted living suites are inviting and comfortable.

If your loved one is having a hard time adjusting, they’re not alone. Be sure to visit them as much as possible so they can be surrounded by people they care about. Additionally, bring them some photographs and personal belongings to make their suite feel more like home.

It can be difficult to discuss when your loved one may need to transition from independent living to assisted living. If your loved one is having a hard time understanding why assisted living is necessary, our compassionate and empathetic staff can help give you the resources needed for a productive conversation.

If your loved one struggles with memory and experiencing cognitive impairment symptoms, Memory Care may be a preferable option.

If you or your loved one are struggling to make a decision, you can always try a 30-day respite.

Before residents can move into our community, they must first fill out our application form. If approved, we will request physical & medical information.

All potential residents will receive a pre-admission screening to determine the level of care they need, including what medications, dietary restrictions, and physician orders they must follow. They will then sign various forms including our Residency Agreement and Consent to Treat before scheduling a date to move in.

All visitation is by appointment only. Visits at Laurel Place can be scheduled by clicking here or by contacting Sylvie Cotnoir at (603) 883-2419 or [email protected].

Our Location

Friendly Care in Hudson, New Hampshire

You can find us at 203 Lowell Road in Hudson, New Hampshire.

Easily Accessible

Our facility is easily accessible from Hampshire Drive and Lowell Road.

Contact Information

Phone: 603-882-5261
[email protected]

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