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

Courville Employee Spotlight: Dennis Hickey
Courville Employee Spotlight: Dennis Hickey

What is your position? Executive Chef, Aynsley Place, Nashua A little more about Dennis: For the last few years, ice carving has taken up all my spare time. I run a business with fellow chef Dave Soha called “Ice Breakers”. We used to belong to the American Culinary Federation, a chef group, and they had

Importance of Flu Shots for Seniors
Importance of Flu Shots for Seniors

If you are an older adult, care for one or have one in your life, you should care about influenza, commonly called the flu. People age 65 and older are at increased risk for flu complications because their immune systems perform less effectively as they age. According to a study cited by the Centers for Disease

Hidden Fall Risks
Hidden Fall Risks

With winter weather fast approaching, it’s important to remember that with this new season comes new risks for senior citizens. Hidden fall risks are everywhere – from rain to snow, and black ice – make sure you and your loved ones are prepared. Wet walkways, leaves on the ground and black ice increase the risk