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Granite Ledges of Concord
151 Langley Parkway, Concord, NH 03301
At Granite Ledges, assisted/senior living means peace of mind for residents and their families. Residents enjoy the privacy of their own apartment with all the benefits of a full service community. Services such as housekeeping, meal preparation, and scheduled transportation allow residents the freedom to spend their time doing the things they love most, with the added confidence of knowing care is available should the need arise. Based on each resident’s individual needs, the assisted/senior living program provides personalized assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, and medication reminders. Granite Ledges is home to over 70 residents, from varying backgrounds and states. Granite Ledges is a joint venture with Capital Region Health Care. To learn more about our annual 5K Run/Walk, please go to: http://www.genesishcc.com/GL5K.
Dementia Care Education by Genesis HealthCare is recognized by the Alzheimer’s Association® for incorporating the evidenced-based Dementia Care Practice Recommendations in the following topic areas: Alzheimer’s and dementia, person-centered care, assessment and care planning, activities of daily living, and behaviors and communication.
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- Private and Semi-Private Apartments
- Spacious rooms
- Private bathroom
- Private kitchenettes
- Fully air conditioned
- Individual climate control
- Activity room
- Wellness center
- Beautiful Garden(s) / Courtyard(s)
- Conveniently Located
- Private balcony/ porch / patio
- Scenic views
- Suburban setting
- Beauty Salon / Barber Services
- Cable Television
- Comfortable common and lounge areas to gather with friends and family
- Country kitchen
- Dining Room
- Private dining rooms for family gatherings
- Restaurant-Style Dining
- Alarm system to aid in the security of residents with cognitive deficits
- Complimentary laundry facility on-site
- Computer with internet access
- Laundry facility on-site
- Mail and Newspaper Service
- Pharmaceutical delivery service
- Phone service
- Wireless Internet
- Baby Grand Piano
- Guest Accommodations
- Smoke free environment
Deb BurnsExecutive Director
Deb Burns has been with Granite Ledges since 2007. Deb has a Nursing Degree from Rivier College. She has over twenty years of healthcare experience including several years as a Director of Nursing. Deb is responsible for the oversight of all aspects of Granite Ledges of Concord from the care of the residents to the oversight and management of staff and facility operations.
Lindsay GonzalezDirector of Community Relations
Lindsay graduated from NHTI in 2008 with her Associates Degree in Human Services. She started with Granite Ledges in November 2008 as the Admissions Coordinator. After three years in that role she has been promoted to Director of Community Relations.
Tanya Cloutier, RNResident Care Director
Tanya graduated in 1994 from the New Hampshire Technical Institute where she received her RN and certifications in Gerontology and Case Management. Tanya has worked primarily in long-term care since the age of 15 making beds in a local nursing facility. She worked in a hospital setting as a certified case manager for the brain injury / neuro day rehabilitation program. Tanya most recently worked as an ambulatory care nurse for an orthopedic surgery department.
Your professional dedication shines through amid our fears.
To Granite Ledges of Concord administration and staff,
The simple words 'thank you' can not express how appreciative I feel about the care of my Mom, .
Difficult as it's been, I'm glad Genesis/Ledges made the proactive choice to limit outside contact, cancel group activities and close the dining room. I see from the updates and Facebook postings that all of you are creatively keeping residents engaged and calming their fears that they will remain healthy. Your professional dedication shines through amid our fears.
A special shout out to Chris, for the insta-pot cooking program. I happened to call my Mom just after the taste test for the chicken marbella. She was so excited to tell me all about every dish you made with them. That was an ambitious menu and involved a lot of prep on your part. I hope the program continues after Covid makes it's exit.
Thanks again for your dedication and sacrifice! Be healthy and take care
A beautiful testimonial from the daughter of a Resident:
When you asked me to write a testimonial about my mom’s wonderful 6 years as a resident of Granite Ledges, it took some time for me to identify the best way to describe her life as a resident. After much thought, I sum it up in two words: Community and connection.
It was very important to my mother and father to be a part of a community throughout their lives, and they built many, in different areas from church to sports to family and friends. After my dad passed, mom was able to live in her home for almost 6 years. When she was ready to move, she knew she
wanted to live in assisted living, and Granite Ledges was her choice. You see, mom had several friends who had lived there, and she went to visit regularly. She saw how happy they were, and knew one day it would also be her home.
After almost 50 years, and after a difficult decision, she knew in 2012 it was time to move out of her and my dad’s family home in Concord. She knew it was time to rely on others for help. Though tough for her to admit, once she settled in, she loved every minute of her life. She gained a family at Granite
Ledges. It was her “new” community, and she accepted and enjoyed living independently. She still drove for a few years after moving in. And, she had instant connections with her friends who already lived there. It was surprising, and comforting to our family, to learn how many residents she already knew!
She loved taking field trips, sing-a-longs, bingo, and apartment hopping to visit friends. The connections she already had, and the new ones she made were incredible. For me, as her caretaker, I met some staff who I’d grown up with, worked with, and who became part of my community. I knew mom had a place at home at Granite Ledges, a supportive community and connections in her new and former community.
She was connected in so many ways. The most precious memory for our family was the kindness and caring the staff showed when mom moved in and couldn’t bring her beloved cat with her. Being the sensitive people you all are, you found a creative way for “Cuddles” to become part of the Homestead
Community. Mom was thrilled to have her near! Cuddles became a bit of a celebrity, and everyone was happy to have her there, with the exception of her weekly “escape stunts,” which became funnier to everyone at Granite Ledges every time she got out.
When it was time to move mom to a nursing home, it was a bittersweet day. She loved her Granite Ledges family and was comforted with that knowledge. It was heartbreaking to move her, knowing she was entering the last part of her life without all of you, how had cared for her in such a tender way over
the years. My brothers and I always knew she was truly “living” at Granite Ledges, and we are all so grateful for the years she was able to live independently, happily, and safely, because of all of you.
Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, as you all became part of our family, because she was part of yours.
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