Lifecare

History

The Trustees of the Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital, working with former President Robert A. Mesropian, conceived and built Harvest Hill two decades ago. Seen as an independent and assisted living facility, this 77-unit facility reached 100% enrollment very quickly. In 2010, the Trustees opened the Woodlands, an independent-living facility with 63 units. Together these facilities are part of APD Lifecare and are a part of the campus of Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital.

Today

Demand continues to be strong for both communities and we encourage people to consider getting on the waiting lists.  Harvest Hill is first-come, first-serve based on availability whereas the waiting list at The Woodlands is more than two-years based historical turnover rates during the last three years.

Mission

Our mission is to provide an environment that fosters a “unique” superior experience for various levels of support for senior living.

Vision

Our vision is a community of aging individuals living together in safety, comfort, security and fulfillment regardless of their physical and mental strengths or limitations.

The future of APD Lifecare is evolving and changes with market demand and a belief by the administration that they need to listen and learn from the residents.  Below is a quick snapshot of these two communities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Harvest Hill

70 units of independent and assisted living as well as a 7-unit memory care unit (the Elizabeth Hughes Care Unit). Services include 3 meals per day, 24-hour staff, and an array of activities supported by staff committed to a resident-centered philosophy. Harvest Hill offers “independent living without an entrance fee.”

Please contact the Harvest Hill Administrator, Amy Thornton, RN at 603-448-7474 (thorntona@apdmh.org) for more information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Woodlands

This building contains 63 units of independent living with underground parking, daily dinner and continental breakfast, and weekly housekeeping. The resident association has ten teams that allow the residents to program their own activities. A full-time Resident Experience Manager and a Wellness Coordinator oversees support to those residents who need a little extra help. Residents can choose from 10 different floor plans.

Please contact the Woodlands Administrator, Timothy Martin at 603-448-7474 (martint@apdmh.org) for more information.