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Creativity in our Communities: Orchard Cove Resident Daisy Brand Shares The Story Behind Her Work

An ongoing series featuring the artistic contributions of residents at our Hebrew SeniorLife communities

September 19, 2016

Artist and Orchard Cove resident Daisy Brand reflected back in a mirror, the frame of which she made herself.

“Creativity in Our Communities” is an ongoing series highlighting extraordinary artists from Hebrew SeniorLife’s senior living communities, including Orchard Cove, NewBridge on the Charles, Jack Satter House, Simon C.

Meet Hebrew SeniorLife’s Compassionate Caregiver Nominees: Sarah Sjostrom and Uanalee Powell

September 14, 2016

Uanalee Powell, Resident Assistant in Long-Term Care, with a resident

On November 15, the Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare will honor the 2016 National Compassionate Caregiver of the Year (NCCY) Award recipient and five finalists at its annual Kenneth B. Schwartz Compassionate Healthcare Dinner at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.

Stroke Support Group at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center Now Offered to Greater Boston Community

Support groups for stroke survivors and their families are safe spaces to share experiences

September 14, 2016

Stroke Support Group at Hebrew Rehabilitation Center

Hebrew Rehabilitation Center (HRC) offers stroke support groups in Dedham and Boston. Patients recovering from a stroke and preparing for discharge from one of our post acute care units or from one of our partner hospitals, like Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, are encouraged to get involved.

Hebrew SeniorLife Memory Café Expands to Boston-area Residents

Working with local institutions to grow the memory café experience

September 7, 2016

Residents from across the campus come together to make the Memory Café a success. An IL resident poses with Multigenerational Program Director Lynda Bussgang (R) and her dog.

When Alzheimer’s disease becomes part of a marriage, or a family, caregivers can usually find resources to support the member facing memory loss or to support the family caregiver seeking peer connections and information. Yet, until the last few years, there wasn’t much designed to support the evolving spousal or parent/child relationship itself.

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