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There is always something new and exciting happening in our vibrant community! Keep your finger on the pulse of life at Birchwood Arbors and Health Care Center.

Why Choose Birchwood?

Birchwood Senior Living provides a wide range of memorable activities and planned events for residents to experience. Plan a schedule that suits your interests, and let us help make it a reality.

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Your life belongs to you at Birchwood Senior Living, so you’re always in control of how you spend your time. We put your needs first so that you can maintain your independence and enjoy your freedom.

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Our staff is always standing by to support you when you need it. Don’t hesitate to ask us for help. Whatever it is, we’ll take care of it.

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Our Location

Where to Find Us

We’re easy to find and always happy to show visitors around—so come say hello! We are located on 1st Street, just a stone’s throw away from Tolzmann Park.

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Executive Director:

[email protected]birchwoodseniorliving.com

Our Address

750 NE 1st Street
Forest Lake, MN 55025

Call Us Today

Phone: 651-464-5600

Hours

Monday
Open 24 hours
Tuesday
Open 24 hours
Wednesday
Open 24 hours
Thursday
Open 24 hours
Friday
Open 24 hours
Saturday
Closed
Sunday
Closed

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Today we celebrate the glory of freedom. Let us be grateful for everything we have and cherish those who contributed to our independence. Happy 4th of July! See MoreSee Less

Today we celebrate the glory of freedom. Let us be grateful for everything we have and cherish those who contributed to our independence. Happy 4th of July!

Meet Birchwood Senior Living staff members featuring Peggy this week! See MoreSee Less

Meet Birchwood Senior Living staff members featuring Peggy this week!

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Peggy is amazing! So caring and wonderful to work with!!

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Peggy is the best! Thanks for all you do.

Our residents age magnificently. We believe that the small inconveniences brought on by age should not damper the quality of life. Our communities are filled with people honored to help reduce some of the burdens of age or housekeeping. See our Assisted Living options on our website. 1ad.biz/s/Q3Chh See MoreSee Less

Our residents age magnificently. We believe that the small inconveniences brought on by age should not damper the quality of life. Our communities are filled with people honored to help reduce some of the burdens of age or housekeeping. See our Assisted Living options on our website. https://1ad.biz/s/Q3Chh

Our staff is passionate about what they do. The highly professional team puts residents’ health and comfort as their top priority. Every small interaction counts, whether it’s chatting about the day or providing expert health care services. Visit our website to learn more about us! 1ad.biz/s/N84ue See MoreSee Less

Our staff is passionate about what they do. The highly professional team puts residents health and comfort as their top priority. Every small interaction counts, whether its chatting about the day or providing expert health care services. Visit our website to learn more about us! https://1ad.biz/s/N84ue

This week is a great time to reflect on the needs of DeafBlind people as it is Helen Keller DeafBlind Awareness Week. Hellen Keller is a disability rights advocate, author, political activist, and lecturer who lost her sight and hearing very early in her life. Despite the tremendous challenges, she was able to learn reading and writing with the help of a teacher and became the first DeafBlind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree. Let’s promote equal opportunities for all by being sensitive to the challenges faced by DeafBlind people. See MoreSee Less

This week is a great time to reflect on the needs of DeafBlind people as it is Helen Keller DeafBlind Awareness Week.  Hellen Keller is a disability rights advocate, author, political activist, and lecturer who lost her sight and hearing very early in her life. Despite the tremendous challenges, she was able to learn reading and writing with the help of a teacher and became the first DeafBlind person to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree.  Lets promote equal opportunities for all by being sensitive to the challenges faced by DeafBlind people.
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