Alzheimer's Caregiver Support Group at Heights Crossing
August 15th | 6:00 pm
There is no denying that an Alzheimer's diagnosis affects an entire family. That's why we offer a free, public support group each month where you can share your concerns and personal experiences with others who understand what you are going through. You will also learn about proven strategies to help you better care for your loved one exhibiting symptoms of memory loss. Offered on the third Thursday of each month at 6pm at our community. For more info, call Reggie Whalen at 508.580.4300.
Annual Antique Auto Show
September 14th | 11:00 am-2:00 pm
Join us for our 22 ndAnnual Antique Car Show!
Gary Leanues Entertains
September 17th | 6:30 pm
Join us for a guitar and vocal performance by Gary Leanues!
Band Leader Steve King
September 29th | 2:00 pm
Join us for the entertainment of band leader Steve King!
Brockton vet among those who landed in Normandy on D-Day
Kenneth Gillpatrick was a few weeks shy of his 22nd birthday on June 6, 1944, operating a radio in the back of a wooden glider soaring toward Utah Beach in the dead of night. Read more about the Brockton native's time serving in WWII and as deputy chief of the Brockton Fire Department in The Enterprise.
Oak Point Residents Experience the Mediterranean Diet and Brain Healthy Cooking
Residents at Oak Point Retirement Community in Middleboro had the opportunity to hear from experts on how making more healthful and mindful food choices can benefit your brain and whole body health. Oak Point hosted approximately 70 guests for “Celebrating the Mediterranean Diet” presented by the nonprofit Oldways, Health through Heritage, and Heights Crossing Assisted Living of Brockton.
Local Organizations Partner to Donate School Supplies to 1st Grade Class
Heights Crossing Assisted Living in Brockton and the Middleboro Verizon team partnered for a “Backpacks for Santa” initiative. Backpacks filled with school supplies and tasty treats were donated to students of Shannon Hess, a first grade teacher at Lawrence Public, who used to volunteer at Heights.
Knitting by feel, a blind woman makes hats for Brockton babies
Brockton Hospital recognized Dorothea Aronson, current resident at Heights Crossing, for knitting dozens of hats for children born at the hospital. Nurses presented the knitter with a certificate, thanking her for her dedication to keeping Brockton babies warm.
Heights Crossing Recognized as #1 in Brockton
Heights Crossing Assisted Living has been named #1 in Brockton for Best Retirement Living Residence in the 2018 Readers Choice Awards, as well as an Honorable Mention for Best Assisted Living Community. These awards are determined by the voices of local Brockton area residents voting for the companies, products and organizations that they hold in the highest regard.
Heights Crossing Joins the Senior Living Residences Family
The team at Heights Crossing is very excited to join such an innovative organization as Senior Living Residences and the network of assisted living and memory support communities managed by them.
Heights Crossing Resident Remembers a Hero
Joyce Mekelburg relives the famous nightclub fire that occurred 75 years ago at the Cocoanut Grove nightclub. Joyce's boyfriend at the time, Justin Morgan, helped get Joyce to safety but tragically did not survive. Though only 18 at the time of the fire, Joyce remembers the event vividly and hopes to honor Justin's heroism, if only by saying his name.
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