Brain Healthy Cooking

Our award-winning brain healthy cooking program is based on the Mediterranean Diet and tailored for seniors. Get news and updates on this program.


Oak Point Experiences Brain Healthy Cooking

Heights Crossing News

MIDDLEBORO, MA — On April 16th, 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…

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Ayer Residents Experience Brain Healthy Cooking

Nashoba Park News

Pictured above from left to right: Caitlin Silva, RD, LDN, Clinical Nutrition Manager at Nashoba Valley Medical Center, Maryellen King, Director of Community Relations at Concord Park Senior Living, Virginia Leonard. Business Development Manager at Nashoba Valley Medical Center, and Stephanie Burton, Executive Director at Nashoba Park Assisted Living. AYER, MA — There is no…

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Local Chef Wins Company Title “Top Chef”

Compass On The Bay News

[Pictured above from L to R: Kim Smith, Director of Culinary & Dining Services for Senior Living Residences, Ken McCluskey, Director of Dining Services at Compass on the Bay, and Tadd Clelland, Partner at Senior Living Residences.] Ken McCluskey, a Quincy resident and Executive Chef at Compass on the Bay Memory Support Assisted Living in…

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Standish Village Spreads Awareness about Mediterranean Diet

Standish Village News

With so many fad diets circulating in pop culture right now, it’s hard to know which one is the best across a range of ages, body types, and lifestyles. The Mediterranean diet was recently named the “#1 Best Diet” by U.S. News & World Report, and since its inception in the mid-1900s, the diet has…

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Kim Smith Recognized as #1 Food Service Director in U.S.

SLR News/Awards

Kim Smith, Senior Living Residences’ Director of Culinary & Dining Experience, has won Premier’s Illuminating Excellence Award for 2018. She recently accepted the award at Premier’s annual Breakthroughs Conference and Exhibition in Nashville, Tennessee. Each year in conjunction with the Premier Foodservice Forum at Premier’s national conference, Premier asks for nominations of great foodservice directors from…

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Public Education, Communication & Technology Awards

SLR News/Awards

Senior Living Residences is widely seen as an experienced and influential leader in the senior living industry and has often been recognized for its innovation and dedication to resident quality of life. Here are some of our recent awards: Dementia Friendly Communities 2018 Communicator Award, Silver | Integrated Campaign – Corporate Social Responsibility | CommunicatorAwards.com…

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Additions to Dementia Friendly Westfield Program

Armbrook Village News

Beth Cardillo and Julie Waniewski explain what is new with Armbrook Village’s Dementia Friendly Westfield Program including a Monthly Caregiver Support Group, Westfield’s only public Memory Cafe, and a Choral Group for those with Alzheimer’s and related dementias.

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Schaus Featured on My Generation

Cornerstone at Canton News

Michael Schaus Chats with the Hosts of My Generation, 95.9FM Cornerstone at Canton Executive Director Michael Schaus sat down last week with Patty Abbate and Tom Foye of WATD’s Sunday night program, My Generation to chat about Cornerstone, assisted living, brain healthy foods, and building Dementia Friendly communities. Listen here >>

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Emerson Hospital TCU Experiences “Brain Healthy Cooking”

Concord Park News

CONCORD, MA – Emerson Hospital TCU hosted 20 staff members and patients for “Brain Healthy Cooking,”  a discussion on foods that improve memory and concentration led by Maryellen King of Concord Park Assisted Living and Compass Memory Support. “Brain Healthy Cooking” is an educational program created by Senior Living Residences, management company for Concord Park, that…

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