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Cornerstone at Milford is collecting items to fill stockings with gifts for the Ruth Anne Bleakney Senior Center to be distributed to Milford area seniors for the holidays. This "Stockings for Seniors" initiative was launched in 2013 with the generous support of many local businesses and organizations. The holidays can be a difficult time for many seniors who may not have family nearby or may have experienced personal losses this year. Stockings for Seniors is an effort to be able to reach out to these individuals to let them know they are not forgotten and provide them of the true gifts of the season.

This year, the requested item list includes clothing items and winter accessories, personal care products, and other useful household items, which may be dropped off at the community (11 Birch Street, Milford) from now until November 25th. For more information about how to get involved, please reach out to Michelle Hamilton at 508-473-0035 or

Farm Visits

November 19th | 2:00 pm
Join us as we welcome the baby animals of Farm Visits!

Pretty Things Boutique

November 25th | 2:00 pm
Come and shop the boutique fashions at Pretty Things!

“The First Thanksgiving” at Cornerstone

November 29th | 2:00 pm
Join us as historical lecturer John Horrigan offers a presentation on “The First Thanksgiving”. John has been honored with several Boston/New England Emmy Awards for his work as a performer, narrator, and storyteller.


Cornerstone at Milford Holds Dementia Awareness Training

Cornerstone at Milford Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support held a comprehensive dementia awareness and sensitivity training for 30 physical and occupational therapy team members at the Wrentham Developmental Center.

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Cornerstone at Milford Celebrates 5 Years

Cornerstone at Milford celebrated its fifth anniversary with a Caribbean Summer Bash. Cornerstone opened its doors in 2014. Nestled on the site of the former Greenleaf Farm, Cornerstone’s success over the last five years shows that their combination of housing and supportive services is filling a need.

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Cornerstone Voted #1 Assisted Living Community in Milford

Cornerstone at Milford Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support has been voted #1 in Milford for Best Assisted Living Community as well as Silver in the region in this year's annual Wicked Local's Readers Choice Awards. 

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Cornerstone's Dementia Experience Is an “Eye-Opener”

Michelle Hamilton and Jenn Hozempa from Cornerstone at Milford recently visited the Bellingham Senior Center to provide an interactive Dementia Sensitivity Training. The aim of this program was to educate participants about Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia and how best to communicate with someone experiencing memory loss and the unique challenges faced by that person. This program was offered as part of Cornerstone’s Dementia Friendly Communities Initiative. 

Read coverage in the Bellingham Bulletin » 

Cornerstone Fills Record Number of Stockings for Local Seniors

260 filled stockings were delivered to the Milford & Mendon Senior Centers to be distributed to local seniors for the holidays. This “Stockings for Seniors” initiative was launched in 2013 by Cornerstone with support from local families, businesses and organizations who have donated time and materials to fill stockings with useful items for seniors. This year, two very generous donations were provide by Rockland Trust and Homefield Credit Union.

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Cornerstone Resident & World War II Veteran Boards Honor Flight

Dr. John Votolato, a WWII veteran and current resident of Cornerstone at Milford Assisted Living, boarded a special flight on October 21st through the organization Honor Flight New England. John, along with 59 other WWII veterans, including one D-Day survivor, were flown from Logan Airport down to Washington, D.C. to visit historical monuments and pay respect to his fallen comrades.

Read coverage in the Milford Daily News »

Cornerstone Flagpole Dedicated to Veterans

Cornerstone at Milford conducted a ceremony to honor veterans who live at their community, as well as those in the greater Milford area. With several veterans, assisted living residents and staff members in attendance, Cornerstone dedicated their flagpole and engraved a stone at its base with the phrase, Thank You For Your Service.

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Milford Seniors Help Local Animal Shelter

When a group of residents heard that our Programming Assistant had adopted a cat from the Baypath Humane Society of Hopkinton, they banded together to come up with a way to help the animals of Baypath become more comfortable. They ended up creating a batch of tie blankets and donting it to the shelter.

Read more in the Milford Daily News »

Cornerstone at Milford's Special Appearance on MyFM Senior Week

MyFM 101.3 broadcasted LIVE from Cornerstone as part of their annual Senior Week! Director of Community Relations Christine Mateer was joined by area professionals, Cornerstone resident family members, and emergency service workers who recently went through the community's Dementia Experience. Listen to the broadcast below! 

Cornerstone Featured on WCVB's "5 for Good" Segment

A Milford community member and his daughter paid a visit to Cornerstone, bringing with him a tulip for each female resident. The kind gesture was in honor of his mother who passed.

Watch the story here! »

Cornerstone Receives Recognition as "Best Assisted Living"

Cornerstone at Milford has been selected as one of the 2017 Best of Assisted Living Award Winners by

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