About Rogerson House
Graciously situated across from Jamaica Pond on three acres of lawn, trees and gardens and just minutes from Boston's world-class hospitals, Rogerson House offers an assisted living residence, a day program, and respite care in a warm, home environment.
Rogerson House sets the standard in dementia care with a special building design incorporating lighting, color-coding, and environmental cues that help people with memory loss thrive in a secure setting. A diverse array of programming, including expressive therapies and fitness programs, ensures a stimulating and caring environment for our residents.
Monthly Base Cost: $2,000
Overall Rating 4.2 / 5.0 ★★★★★
Joshua Milane★★★★★ a year ago
Wonderful people and nothing short of the best I could find. High recommendations from everyone I asked who were professionals and in the know but also from families who were experienced from the perspective I'd shortly have. And now I can say the same.
Mari Fernandez★★★★★ 3 years ago
I am very pleased with the way the RH is managed. The place is very clean and the staff is kind and compassionate. I can sleep better because I know someone is looking after my husband all the time. He is not lonely, but surrounded by good and stimulating people. I have the freedom of visiting everyday and I see the wonderful activities and therapies all the residents receive. The Rogerson House has become my second home, because I feel so good when I visit my dear husband. I am most grateful to all those who work so hard to make this place a home for everyone! Maria L. F. Mansfield
Marleine Etienne★★★★★ 10 months ago
Marie Gostanian★★★★★ a year ago
Moises Martinez★★★★★ 6 years ago
- Educational Classes and Groups
- Events designed for Memory Impaired
- Fitness Classes and Groups
- Live Entertainment
- Planned Social and Family Events
- Recreational Activities
- Religious Observances
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