FARMINGTON — Woodlands Memory Care, a specialized assisted living community providing personal care, services and programming for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia, was presented the “Business Attraction” award by the Greater Franklin Development Council.

Woodlands was presented the award at the council’s Investors Reception, an annual event that hosts and pays tribute to Franklin County businesses making noticeable, positive contributions to the county.

Matthew Walters, an owner of Woodlands Senior Living, accepted the award on behalf of the organization. The award recognizes a company new to the Franklin County area that has made a significant capital investment to provide jobs in a safe work environment with good wages and benefits, and that will be a good corporate citizen in the community and surrounding area.

Woodlands is scheduled to open an expanded second phase, including a 58-bed assisted living residence featuring single and shared bedrooms for both private pay and MaineCare residents, as well as 22 private, upscale studios and 1- or 2-bedroom apartments with elected assisted-living services in the fall of 2018.


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