Enhancing the lives of all those we touch

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Rehab Care

The Courville Communities is a leading provider of advanced clinical care and rehab services that will have you on the road to recovery in no time!

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Assisted Living

Learn more about assisted living at The Courville Communities, where the comfort of home is combined with advanced 24/7 nursing care and assistance.

Respite Care

Allows caretakers to take a vacation, attend a work-related trip, or simply take a break without worrying about their loved one.

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Long Term Care

Take a tour of our centers and talk with our industry professionals who will be able to answer questions you have about long-term care.

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Memory Care

We believe in dementia-specific programming, allowing our residents to live in the “here and now”, with our memory care services.

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Latest Blog Posts

Employee Spotlight: Erica Kelley
Employee Spotlight: Erica Kelley

Learn more about your Courville Community! Check out our latest employee spotlight on your Director of Activities – Erica Kelley: What is your position? Director of Activities, Courville Nashua How long have you been with Courville? 2 years How did you get into healthcare? Well, I have 18 years’ experience as an Activities Professional. I

Difficult Conversations: Giving Up the Car Keys
Difficult Conversations: Giving Up the Car Keys

Some elderly adults decide on their own to stop driving or limit when and where they drive, but more often a senior’s adult child or caregiver is the first to broach this subject. Talking about giving up the car keys can be an emotionally charged and difficult conversation for all involved, but it can be

Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia
Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia

As people age, memory issues become more common. But how do you know if you or someone you know is showing signs of a type of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease? Although a medical evaluation is the surest way to determine the reason for memory loss, the following guidelines may help you determine if it’s time