Located in the historic and elegant Highlands District, Adams House offers the expertise necessary to meet a wide variety of long term, short term and respite care needs while allowing our Residents to maintain their dignity and as much independence as possible.
Since 1891, families have been choosing Adams House for our extraordinary blend of gracious living in a true home-like setting, compassionate & supportive nursing care and our strong, well-earned reputation throughout the community.
At Adams House, you can take comfort in knowing that your loved one is receiving the best possible care in a kind and considerate environment.
The Freeman Borden Transitional Care Unit, led by our team of professionals, which includes the unit Medical Director, Nurse Practitioner, physical/occupational/speech therapists, social worker and activities personnel, provides personalized, comprehensive short-term care designed for people recovering from surgery, an illness or an injury.
Our newly renovated, Medicare Certified, TCU is a wonderful home-like environment where we ‘bridge the gap’ for patients when hospitalization is no longer necessary, but skilled nursing and other supportive care services may be required 7 days a week in preparation for returning home.
At Bay View, we are dedicated to helping you embrace how worry-free and enjoyable the retirement lifestyle can be. And to us, it’s all about peace of mind…peace of mind in knowing that home maintenance worries are gone…peace of mind in knowing that a wide variety of convenient services, such as housekeeping and cooking, if you so choose, are available.
Bay View offers a worry-free, independent lifestyle where you are afforded the amenities, services and activities that our community offers each and every day—peace of mind and the time to truly enjoy the retirement years.
At every turning point in the history of The Home for Aged People in Fall River, a non-profit organization, philanthropy has sustained us and enabled us to expand and meet the changing needs of the elderly.
In 1891, when Fall River’s leaders saw the need for a home for the city’s elderly, concerned citizens and founders committed their energies, as well as their personal resources, to raise the funds to build “a haven in old age for Fall River’s Gentlefolk of reduced circumstances.” Today, bequests and cash contributions enable us to provide care for Residents whose resources have been depleted.
The willingness of our friends to continue The Home’s legacy of giving, be it large or small, will most certainly determine our future, and it will safeguard the quality of care that is our hallmark.
The 1891 Society has been established to honor The Home’s original benefactors and the philanthropic spirit of all individuals who have made a bequest, planned gift or significant cash contribution. We invite you to become a member. The most rewarding dividend of joining The 1891 Society is the knowledge that you have joined a long succession of caring friends who have made The Home the exceptional place that it is today.
Please call our 1891 Societyrepresentative Julia Westgate-Lown at 508-677-0833 X102 or firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about your planned giving opportunities, or for assistance in structuring a gift that will qualify you for membership in The 1891 Society.