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Malden Officials Tour Forestdale Park Assisted Living and Memory Care

June 16, 2017

Malden Mayor, Gary Christenson with Barbara Tolstrup, Chair of the Historical Commission along with President of VOA, Massachusetts, Tom Bierbaum

Malden Mayor Gary Christenson, with Barbara Tolstrup, Chair of the Historical Commission, and President/CEO of Volunteers of America, Massachusetts, Thomas Bierbaum

Malden, MA – On June 14, 2017, Volunteers of America Massachusetts and Senior Living Residences hosted a special sneak peak of the nearly completed Forestdale Park Assisted Living and Memory Care Facility.

Guests, including Malden Mayor Gary Christenson, City Councilwoman Barbara Walsh Murphy, Historical Commission Chair Barbara Tolstrup, School Committee Member Emmanuel Marsh, and Massachusetts State Representative Paul Brodeur, received tours of newly constructed model units. These units depict the living quarters within Forestdale Park’s senior community, which will include 59 traditional apartments, 18 memory support apartments, and three independent living units.

Forestdale Park is being constructed at the site of Malden’s former McFadden Manor nursing home.The construction aims to maintain the historical integrity of 2.6 acre site while also providing service-enriched independent and modern assisted living apartments. The facility will also feature a state-of-the-art Compass Memory Support program to serve seniors with varying levels of memory loss, from Mild Cognitive Impairment to diagnosed Alzheimer’s disease.

Construction of Forestdale Park Assisted Living and Memory Care Facility will be completed in early 2018. Tours of the facility’s model units will be available to the public on an appointment-basis at the end of June.

Learn more about Forestdale Park at http://ForestdalePark.com or call Executive Director Dinah Olanoff at 781-333-8903.

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