Springhouse is a non-profit retirement community offering sophisticated senior living through its three lifestyle choices of independent, assisted living, and assisted living for memory care communities.
Springhouse offers a wide range of services for seniors, opened in 1996 and is managed by Rogerson Communities, a non-profit organization providing innovative solutions in apartment and health services for seniors since 1860. Springhouse was established by The Mount Pleasant Home, a not-for-profit, charitable Massachusetts corporation founded in 1901.
Springhouse believes in a culture of caring and the importance of a community environment that stimulates our residents’ independence and trust. Our staff provides attentive, caring service and develops positive bonds with every resident. We respect our residents and their rights to privacy and dignity.
We foster an intellectual and cultural vibrancy that our residents value. Further, we are committed to providing each resident with excellence in professional services and supportive care.
Springhouse is a not-for-profit senior community, which offers unique living arrangements: Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Assisted Living with a secured Memory Support neighborhood. Our mission is to offer housing, services, and programs that allow individuals to live in a safe, comfortable and stimulating environment. Springhouse seeks to create a community, which enhances each Resident’s quality of life, honors each Resident’s privacy and dignity, fosters independence and meets the individual needs of every Resident.
Springhouse strives to keep fees as affordable as possible, while remaining consistent with high quality services and Resident satisfaction. In addition, Springhouse strives to create a workplace that trains, sustains and retains excellent staff.
All interactions between residents, their families, and the Springhouse Board, staff and management are characterized by respect and dignity.
“Thank you Springhouse for all you have done for my Dad. I cannot imagine a place he could have been happier the past 15 years. It is a very special community.”
-Daughter of a Resident