Peabody, MA – Familiar sights and sounds are returning to Brooksby Village, an Erickson Living developed and managed senior living community in Peabody, as the community continues its phased reopening efforts. Select services and amenities are now open on campus, including restaurants for in-venue dining.
"It's wonderful to see residents re-engaging with each other and with staff," says Executive Director Tracie Bettano. "We're starting to feel that vibrancy once again across the community."
In the uncertainty of the spring and summer, Brooksby offered safe alternatives so community members didn't have to venture out. As one of 20 communities nationwide developed and man-aged by Erickson Living, Brooksby is uniquely positioned to provide a safe environment within a supportive community.
In a time when social distancing can lead to physical isolation and difficulty accessing essential services for those living in single family homes, the on-site amenities and dedicated staff at Brooksby Village are prompting many prospective residents to take the next step toward a reenergizing future at the Peabody community.
"The size, strength, and structure of our Erickson Living network means that we can act quickly in response to extreme circumstances in order to meet the needs of our residents, which is always our number one priority," says Tom Neubauer, executive vice president of sales, marketing, and communications for Erickson Living.
About Brooksby Village: Brooksby Village is one of 20 continuing care retirement communities developed and managed by Erickson Living® and is situated on a scenic 90-acre campus in Peabody, Massachusetts. The not-for-profit community, located in Essex County, is home to 1,700 residents and is governed by its own board of directors, affiliated with National Senior Campuses, who provide independent financial and operational oversight of the community. Additional information about Brooksby Village can be found at BrooksbyVillage.com.