The public is invited to tour Welch Senior Living’s new Memory Care Neighborhood and Independent Living Expansion at Allerton House at Central Park in Weymouth.learn more >
Welcome to Allerton House at Central Park
A lifestyle as individualized as you are.
Caring for residents like family is a long-standing Welch Senior Living tradition for over 65 years. With life-enriching amenities and respectful care and support, every detail of our Allerton House Assisted Living community is designed to enhance independence and quality of life.
Every day boasts a variety of opportunities to experience a lifestyle as individualized as you are. Resident Care Assistants are available around the clock to help with personal routines for an enhanced quality of life.
Join friends in our restaurant-style dining room and enjoy three daily meals featuring our chef’s varied menu of seasonal selections. Choose from a variety of activities seven days a week – from fitness classes to creative arts to trivia, music, and live entertainment – or relax in one of our inviting common areas.
To enjoy the benefits of our Allerton House lifestyle without assisted living support, ask about our Independent Living apartments.
Cornerstones of a Vibrant Life
Our lifestyle offers ways to:
Connect socially with new
friends in our communities
and with family at our intergenerational programming.
Engage with activities
and fitness programming
to enhance mental and
Nourish the soul and the senses with fresh, chef-prepared
meals served in a social
setting every day.
Support health and wellness
with services ranging from
on-site concierge to 24/7
resident care assistants.
It’s Official: Ribbon Cutting Heralds Grand Opening of New Memory Care and Independent Living Expansion
Allerton House at Central Park held a formal Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to announce the Grand Opening of the new Memory Care Neighborhood and Independent Living expansion at the Welch Senior Living community in Weymouth.learn more >
Dr. Nirav J. Patel, cerebrovascular and endovascular neurosurgeon at Brigham and Women’s Hospital shared the latest research on the treatment and prevention of stroke at last night’s Allerton House presentation: Stroke Treatment: The Medical Revolution of our Lifetime.learn more >
Social workers and nurses recently attended a Continuing Education Program by Peter W. Ham, MA, LMHC, clinical associate in private practice at Associates in Behavioral Health, LLC.learn more >