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Don’t Be Afraid of the Conversation

New Pond Village Campus Executive Director, Adam Manchester, was recently featured in Senior Living News, where he shared valuable advice on the crucial conversation about retirement planning. We’ve shared his op-ed below: Deciding to move to a retirement community can be one of the biggest and most daunting decisions a family makes. It’s on par […]

Keep An Eye Out – Signs The House Is Too Much Work

Home maintenance can be overwhelming at every stage of life. From mowing the grass, small repairs and regular cleaning, a home can be a large undertaking. As your parents age it is important to recognize signs that home maintenance may be becoming too much work. Here we offer a few signs that a move to […]

Seven Signs It’s Time For Assisted Living

The discussion about making the transition to Assisted Living is never easy to have with your parent. And as time goes on, it doesn’t get any easier. After all, it’s a reversal of roles: Once, they were your caregiver, and now you need to take care of them. That can be difficult for them to […]

CCRC’s Like New Pond Village Grow In Popularity

The senior population continues to grow as Baby Boomers age and so does the need for senior living options. Continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) like New Pond Village in Walpole, Massachusetts, are becoming more popular choices. Part of the reason for the increase in the popularity of the CCRCs is that a couple can make […]

Potential Tax Benefits of Lifecare at New Pond Village

Some Ways You May Save While you should always consult a tax and estate planning professional while planning for your retirement years, here are some of the tax benefits that may be available to you when you choose the Lifecare plan at New Pond Village: You may be eligible to deduct the non-refundable part of […]