Larry Chiappetta compared the financial structure of continuing care retirement communities across New Hampshire and Massachusetts and chose Brooksby Village for its exceptional value.

As a retired high school teacher and administrator, Larry Chiappetta understands the value of homework.

That was especially true when he began researching senior living options in 2017.

Merle Sidell enjoyed the comforts of her apartment at Brooksby Village during the coronavirus outbreak, including the ability to connect with friends and neighbors over the phone. She's smiling here in her apartment.

Brooksby Village sets the standard for resident safety

When the COVID-19 crisis escalated into a global pandemic, it was only a matter of weeks before normal, everyday life was upended.

With the curtains of a picture window open to a beautiful landscape in the background, a couch and an accent chair create a welcoming home in this Brooksby apartment.

It can be exciting to envision a fresh start in a brand-new space. As a personal moving consultant at Brooksby Village, an Erickson Living-managed community in Peabody, Mass., I see that excitement firsthand when future residents sort through dozens of floor plans to select their apartment home. 

Cast members Ed Vaeni, from left, Nancy Nazaroff, and Loren Schechter following Theatre at the Pond’s successful production of Won’t You See My Neighbors? at Brooksby Village.

One of the longest-running activities at Brooksby Village, the senior living community developed and managed by Erickson Living in Peabody, Mass., is the resident-led theater group, Theatre at the Pond. 

Fitness Specialist Sharon Graves, seen here by pool, has been working at Brooksby Village since it opened/

Brooksby Village, developed and managed by Erickson Living, celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, and a special group of residents and staff have been part of the Peabody community since it opened.

Dorothy Stephens, who lives at Brooksby Village, is pictured here smiling in a pair of black glasses, pearls, and a black cardigan over a lavender sweater.

A new book release is exhilarating for any author, but for Dorothy Stephens, the past few months have been twice as exciting.

Dorothy, who lives at Brooksby Village, the community developed and managed by Erickson Living in Peabody, Mass., released two books within weeks of each other.

This photo shows off the lush green courtyard surrounded by a residence building at Brooksby Village.

Beverley Simonini is one of the estimated 73 million Baby Boomers in the United States—those born between 1946 and 1964. Roughly 10,000 of them turn 65 every day, and by 2030, all Baby Boomers will have reached retirement age.

Cheryl Whittier, community resources coordinator, began her career at Brooksby Village 20 years ago this month.

It’s been 20 years since Cheryl Whittier began working at Brooksby Village, the Erickson Living-managed community in Peabody, Mass.

Nancy Marculewicz’ apartment at Brooksby Village is filled with artwork, both her own pieces and those of artist friends.

For Nancy Marculewicz, artistic endeavors have been a lifelong pursuit.

“Apparently, I told my parents at the ripe old age of eight that I was going to be an artist when I grew up,” says Nancy. “I followed my dream.”

Over the span of her career, Nancy’s body of work has included large serene acrylic paintings, monotypes, and intricate collages of coastal scenes.