Welcome to Heritage at Framingham
Independent & Assisted Senior Living
Heritage at Framingham is a unique, five-star senior living community providing apartment living for:
The National Council on Senior Housing recognized us as the nation's best designed assisted living community. Residents and families say that we provide the very best- as in the video below.
Video: Introduction to Heritage
Video: Overview of Heritage at Framingham
At Heritage we welcome new residents into a supportive and activity enriched community. The resident and family members will have encouragement and support through every step.
Click to Contact us to set up a visit and lunch as our guests! Or, simply stop in to see our MODEL APARTMENT, Wednesdays, between 10:00am and 3:00pm.
Heritage main Entrance
Mary Ann Morse Healthcare Corp. is sponsoring the
Heritage Chorale Gives Thanks With a Concert
Gabriel Faure 1845-1924 Benjamin Britten 1913-1976
2014 Spring Concert
The Heritage Chorale will be performing the third concert of its 77th season - 2014 Spring Concert, to be performed on Saturday, May 10th at 7:30pm at Wellesley Hills Congregational Church in Wellesley.
The Heritage Chorale will entertain us with the beloved Requiem by Parisian Composer Gabriel Faure. The Requiem will be heard in its original version, scored predominantly for organ, with a chamber ensemble of strings, French horns and harp.
Rounding out this program are two scintillating works by the British composer Benjamin Britten, his Te Deum and Jubilate Deo in C Major. Sung in English, these works typify the brilliance of Britten, with clear, rhythmic declamation of text above a sparkling organ accompaniment.
The Chorale also will be thanking its Season Sponsor, the
Mary Ann Morse Healthcare Corp. (http://www.heritageassistedliving.org or www.maryannmorse.org).
Information about the concert may be found at heritagechorale.org or by calling 508-270-3999.
2014 Spring Concert
Saturday, May 10th at 7:30 PM
at Wellesley Hills Congregational Church
207 Washington St.
Wellesley Hills, MA
$20 for General Admission
Singing Trooper Performs Patriotic Sing-a-long in Framingham for Veterans
Heritage at Framingham, an independent and assisted living center, held a luncheon for veterans and a performance of the "singing trooper" Monday afternoon.
Posted by Susan Petroni (Editor) , November 12, 2013 at 02:05 AM
Daniel Clark, known as the "singing trooper" performed for veterans, and spouses of veterans, from Framingham, Ashland and Sudbury at Heritage at Framingham Monday afternoon.
As senior centers in Framingham and neighboring communities were closed Monday for the observance of Veterans Day, Heritage at Framingham, an independent and assisted living center in Nobscot, held a luncheon and a special private performance for its veterans and those living nearby. About 40 percent of those at Heritage are either a veteran or a spouse of a veteran.
Clark, a former U.S. Marine, was employed for 20 years with the Massachusetts State Police. During that time he performed at more than 2,500 federal, state and local military events.
Recently, he sang God Bless America at one of the World Series games at Fenway Park.
A Thriving Local Community
We're a vibrant, local, non-profit community in the Nobscot, near Sudbury and Wayland.
To see the wide variety of trips, events and entertainment, see our ACTIVITIES PAGE.
We build active relationships with charities, youth groups, schools, libraries plus our sponsorship of Heritage Chorale's 2013-14 concert season.
Please also visit our Testimonials page to see comments such as:
"The celebration of my Dad's birthday would not be the same without everyone -staff and residents- knowing how much we appreciate the genuine caring and concern for my parents and how you all have contributed to their well-being. We could not have asked for a better place for them to be since they arrived at Heritage."
The Sheinman family.
Enjoying trips to restaurants
Lots of entertainment
Framingham Little League Sponsor
Heritage Resident Mickey Fieger, 93, throws out the
1st pitch of the season on April 28, 2013 for the Indians
Taste of MetroWest
Rick Robidoux Serves Framingham
Town Manager Robert Halpin 3/12/13
See our ACTIVITIES PAGE. for lots more
The other half of our non profit
organization is Mary Ann Morse
MaryAnn Morse, located in Natick, is a Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, which has been ranked in the top 1% nationally.