The Trustees of the Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital, working with former President Robert A. Mesropian, conceived and built Harvest Hill in 1996. This 77-unit independent and assisted living facility reached 100% enrollment quickly. In 2010, the Trustees opened The Woodlands, an independent-living facility with 63 units. These facilities are part of APD Lifecare and are located on the campus of Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital.
APD Lifecare's mission is to provide an environment fostering a unique experience for various levels of support for senior living. The 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 by an administration that listens and learns from residents.
Harvest Hill offers 70 units of independent and assisted living as well as a seven-unit memory care unit (the Elizabeth Hughes Care Unit). Services include three meals per day, 24-hour staff, and an array of activities supported by staff committed to a resident-centered philosophy. Those 62 years and older enjoy a thriving environment in peaceful surroundings; where there are nearly endless opportunities to socialize, yet privacy is valued; where independence is encouraged, yet assistance is always available.
The Woodlands state-of-the-art residences are attractive and comfortable, ranging in size from 800 sq. ft. to 2,200 sq. ft. with the finest amenities including a concierge desk, an indoor swimming pool and spa, underground parking, fine dining, a fitness center, art and theatre rooms, walking trails, and much more. Many Woodlands residents are active gardeners and you'll often see flowers, raised bed gardens, and decorative plantings outside ground floor residences.