Waterstone Assisted Living residents and team members will receive Phase 1 of the COVID-19 vaccine in partnership with CVS Health. Inquire now!

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Waterstone at Wellesley wins national design award from Senior Housing News

Waterstone at Wellesley campusWe’re excited to announce Senior Housing News has named Waterstone at Wellesley Best Assisted Living Community in the 2013 SHN Architecture and Design Awards, a national competition to find the most exciting, innovative design solutions in senior housing. 

Magician and author entertain at Waterstone

Magic showHappy New Year from everyone at Waterstone! We hope you enjoyed celebrating as much as we did. Coming up, we’re looking forward to some great events. As always, everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend any of our free events. See below for details on an upcoming magic show and a lecture by author Michael J. Stedman.

Magician Gilbert Stubbs to perform – Jan. 6, 2:30 p.m. 

Weightlift to stay young

Weightlifting for seniorsNew Year’s Eve is just around the corner, and we’re all planning our resolutions. Chances are, most resolutions will pertain to health and fitness no matter what age you are.

Big Band music and Boston history

Christmas is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than with friends and music? Please join us for a free performance by jazz musician Brian Kane as we count down the days to Christmas. Not only is Brian a talented saxophone player, he’s also a musical educator well-versed in the history and music of the big band era. He’ll share interesting facts in between songs.

Edgar Degas and holiday concerts

Edgar DegasAs a community that deeply values the arts, we offer ongoing musical and cultural opportunities open to the public. We want everyone, from our residents and staff to Wellesley at large, to be able to immerse themselves in the rich culture our town has to offer.  

Exercise key to healthy aging

Seniors and exerciseA regular exercise regimen promotes healthy aging. And according to a recent study, starting an exercise routine later in life can still significantly enhance your physical and mental health.

The benefits of lifelong education

Lifelong learningYou’re never too old to learn something new. In fact, there are many reasons we should all pursue lifelong education as we age and enter our retirement years:

For the love of art

Writing keeps seniors mentally sharpWaterstone is a place brimming with creativity. From the fine arts to poetry to fiction, our residents and staff take an interest in both creating and learning about art.

This week at Waterstone: Health fair and photojournalism

With the winter quickly approaching, the flu and common cold are running rampant—it certainly makes you sit up and think about your health and what you can do to protect it!

Creativity enhances wellbeing

Without a doubt, art enriches our lives. The benefits of painting, drawing, sculpting, writing and other creative activities helps us flourish as we age. Art can energize us, stimulate the memory and help free the emotions, leaving us feeling calm. It also allows us to tell our life stories in a new way; and by affording us the opportunity for reflection, art can help us understand our own lives better.


Discover Wellesley's Premier Lifestyle
As a highly controlled environment, Waterstone is one of the best places a senior can be right now. Everything they need is under one roof, including convenient services and amenities, gourmet dining, entertainment and scheduled transportation to essential medical appointments. Access to on-site wellness professionals for our independent living residents and 24-hour support in our assisted living community offers added peace of mind.

The safety of our residents and team members continues to be our top priority. Since the beginning of this pandemic, our entire team has worked diligently to enhance and enforce strict virus-prevention protocols as recommended by the CDC and local health departments.

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