Memory Care & Dementia Care in RI | Lighthouse at Lincoln
Lighthouse at Lincoln in Lincoln, RI
Welcome to The Lighthouse at Lincoln Walk in and immediately feel at home!
Living room at The Lighthouse at Lincoln
The Area’s Finest Assisted Living Memory Care
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Collaboration With Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital and Brigham & Women’s Hospital
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LCB’s Kelly McCarthy Wrote the Book

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New England’s Finest Memory Care Assisted Living Community

Welcome

The Lighthouse:  A welcoming beacon guiding us home.  Ensuring safe passage through the changing currents of our lives.

The Lighthouse at Lincoln, serving Rhode Island and Massachusetts, is the area’s premier residence for people with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia or other memory impairments.  We are nestled in the woods just off of Route 116 in Lincoln, near the Woonsocket Reservoir and the Eagle Nest Conservation Area.  This quiet, natural setting is a wonderful therapeutic benefit to our residents, creating a perfect backdrop for a healthy and happy lifestyle.

Our Reflections Memory Care is renowned for its “Four Pillars of Engagement ” approach, and benefits from our partnership with Brigham & Women’s Hospital, McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School.

Serving Lincoln, Cumberland, Johnston, North Providence, North Smithfield, Smithfield, and other fine communities.

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News & Events

Our Latest Blog Entry:

How to Help Your Children Cope with Their Aging Grandparent

As you can imagine, many of the wonderful seniors who live in LCB communities are also devoted grandparents whose grandchildren treat us to an extra dose of youthful energy every time they visit! The grandchild-to-grandparent relationship is so often a cherished one; and yet challenges can crop up when young ones come up against grandparents’ […]

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How many times have we encouraged our kids to make new friends? This advice is great for seniors, too! Studies show that seniors with an active social life usually tend to be healthier and happier. #SeniorLiving #GetSocial

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