Originally opened as the Boston Alzheimer’s Center in 1997, Rogerson House was the first community in the Boston area to provide care exclusively to individuals living with Alzheimer’s Disease and related dementias. Rogerson House continues to be recognized as both a pioneer and leader in the field of dementia care by the Boston healthcare community.
The mission of Rogerson House is to provide the highest quality of professional care for Assisted Living residents and Day Program participants living with memory loss, in addition to support for their families. The physical design, staff training, and programs of Rogerson House focus on maximizing functional and cognitive abilities and promoting a positive emotional environment.
Rogerson Communities has been providing housing and health care for elders and low-income individuals and families since it was founded in 1860.
Today, the non-profit organization serves more than 1,500 Greater Boston families through 26 facilities and programs. These services include housing, adult day health programs, fitness training and memory loss care and treatment.