SLR News

Heights Crossing Celebrates National CNA Week

Heights Crossing News

BROCKTON, MA — Heights Crossing found a way to give back to their associates for all seven days of National Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) Week with Dunkin’ Donuts, thank you posters, raffles, a sundae bar, speciality cupcakes, and a barbecue lunch. The Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support Community used the occasion as an opportunity…

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Farmington Station Provides Lunch to First Responders

Farmington Station News

FARMINGTON, CT — First responders have been working tirelessly since the onset of Covid-19 to keep people safe and deliver life-saving medical attention. Farmington Station wanted to find a way to recognize this work and give back. The Assisted Living and Memory Support Community recently provided lunch to the Farmington Police and Fire Departments as…

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Nashoba Park Resident Rings in 102nd Birthday

Nashoba Park News

AYER, MA – Constance Valley, affectionately known as Connie by her family and friends, recently celebrated her 102nd birthday in style, complete with cupcakes and a car parade hosted by her daughter and staff at Nashoba Park Assisted Living in Ayer. Turning 102 is certainly no small feat, and her friends and family set out…

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Farmington Station Residents Celebrate Flag Day

Farmington Station News

FARMINGTON, CT — The Covid-19 pandemic has caused a lot of uncertainty, especially among seniors, who are at higher risk of experiencing complications from the novel coronavirus. With state-wide restrictions starting to ease and residents looking forward to enjoying all that summer has to offer, Farmington Station Senior Living is finding opportunities to allow residents…

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Cambridge senior communities deliver lunch to first responders

Neville Place News

CAMBRIDGE, MA – Cambridge’s first responders have been working tirelessly since the onset of Covid-19 to keep people safe and deliver life-saving medical attention, and The Cambridge Homes and Neville Place wanted to recognize their hard work in a meaningful way. The two Assisted Living communities recently donated lunches to three city fire stations, as…

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Canton students parade past assisted living community

Cornerstone at Canton News

CANTON, MA – With Assisted Living Communities across Massachusetts restricting visitors and schools finishing out the academic year under distance learning measures, the students at St. John the Evangelist School were missing their weekly visits to their friends at Cornerstone at Canton. That’s when Darlene McKay, Community Service Coordinator at St. John’s, decided to reach…

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Methuen Village Provides Lunch to First Responders

Methuen Village News

METHUEN, MA — First responders have been working tirelessly since the onset of Covid-19 to keep people safe and deliver life-saving medical attention. Methuen Village wanted to find a way to recognize this work and give back. The Assisted Living and Memory Support Community recently provided lunch to the Methuen Police and Fire Departments as…

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Farmington Station Donates to Local Non-Profit

Farmington Station News

While seniors across the state are finding it difficult to get groceries and other supplies they need while staying safe and healthy, Farmington Station Senior Living wanted to find a way to help. The Assisted Living and Memory Support Community donated 16 boxes of Nutri-Grain bars to Farmington Services for the Elderly, a non-profit volunteer…

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Cornerstone at Hampton Provides Lunch to First Responders

Cornerstone at Hampton News

HAMPTON — First responders have been working tirelessly since the onset of Covid-19 to keep people safe and deliver life-saving medical attention. Cornerstone at Hampton wanted to find a way to recognize this work and give back. The Assisted Living and Memory Support Community recently provided a barbecue lunch to the Hampton Police and Fire…

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Compass on they Bay Receives Dozens of Personalized Cards

Compass On The Bay News

BOSTON, MA – With Assisted Living communities across Massachusetts restricting visitors, many friends, family members, and even small businesses are using the mail to spread cheer to seniors. At Compass on the Bay in South Boston, residents received a special surprise this month when Hollister Staffing sent each resident a personalized card to read and…

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