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Former Brockton High School Headmistress Celebrates Birthday at Heights Crossing

Dr. Claire Appling, former Headmistress of Brockton High School and resident at Heights Crossing, recently celebrated her birthday at the community she calls home. Family, friends, and residents gathered for a joyful afternoon, honoring Dr. Appling’s service to the Brockton community.  The event space was decorated with colorful gold and pink balloons and blue lights,…

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Mayor’s Summer Concert Series Back in Full Swing at Heights Crossing

Heights Crossing Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support celebrated the renewal of the City of Brockton Mayor’s Summer Concert Series with a lively first performance from local favorite Billy Couto and the After Hours Band. Special guest Gray Sargent, who was a member of the Tony Bennett Quartet for 24 years, performed as well. This…

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Brockton Natives Terese and Paul O’Connor Receive Lifetime Achievement Award

Paul “Oakey” and Terese “T.C.” O’Connor were recently granted the Lifetime Achievement Award from Heights Crossing. At the award ceremony, the community heard stories of the husband and wife’s devoted marriage, love for their family, and professional endeavors.  Brockton natives Paul and Terese O’Connor have been married for 63 years, and both have made an…

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Heights Crossing Residents Donate to Local Animal Shelter

BROCKTON, MA – Residents at Heights Crossing found a unique way to give back to their local community, recently dropping off blankets and animal food to the Animal Protection Center of Southeastern Massachusetts. The initiative was organized by “Compass Cares”, a group of residents living at Heights’ Compass Memory Support Neighborhood® who work on various…

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Heights Crossing Residents Create Care Packages for Deploying Troops

BROCKTON, MA – Residents at Heights Crossing came together to create dozens of care packages for deploying soldiers to take with them as they travel overseas. Thanks to generous donations from friends, family and the local community, residents were able to make more than 100 care packages, thank you cards and additional supplies to be…

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Gratitude on the Go: Heights Crossing Delivers Meals to Local Partners

BROCKTON, MA – The team at Heights Crossing Assisted Living is finding creative ways to give back to their professional care partners, recently dropping off dozens of fully prepared meals to healthcare organizations in the Brockton area and beyond.  In an effort to highlight the bravery and compassion they have seen from healthcare workers they…

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Heights Crossing Hosts Drive Through “Brews and Boos” Event

BROCKTON, MA – Heights Crossing is finding creative and safe ways to say thank you to their local community partners this autumn. As part of their Halloween festivities, the Assisted living and Compass Memory Support Community hosted a drive-through “Brews and Boos” event, handing out ready to make charcuterie kits and six packs of popular…

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Brockton Mayor Recognizes Heights Crossing For Distinguished Service

BROCKTON, MA — On October 8th, Brockton Mayor Robert F. Sullivan presented an official citation to the staff of Heights Crossing Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support for their dedication and bravery during the Covid-19 pandemic. During the presentation ceremony, Mayor Sullivan praised the Heights Crossing team for its hard work. “It’s people like yourselves…

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Heights Crossing Celebrates National CNA Week

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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Middleboro Non-Profit Donates Face Shields to Heights Crossing

MIDDLEBORO, MA – When Rich Oakley founded BoroBot in 2018 in the old Green School building, he envisioned a tech-focused makerspace that allowed local students and curious adults to get hands-on experience with new technology. Now, with the help of donations from the local community, the non-profit has shifted gears from 3D printing courses and…

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