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Meaning through the Arts: Expressive Therapy at Assisted Living NewBridge

A conversation with Leticia Prieto Alvarez, longtime Hebrew SeniorLife music therapist and Memory Care Program Manager at Assisted Living at NewBridge on the Charles

July 19, 2017

Hebrew SeniorLife Music Therapist Leticia Prieto Alvarez

You’ve been with Hebrew SeniorLife for several years. Can you share a little about your background and your career at HSL?

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.

One-on-one with the Executive Director of Assisted Living and Memory Care at NewBridge on the Charles

A Q&A with Matthew Hollingshead

August 18, 2016

Residents of Assisted Living at NewBridge on the Charles relax and socialize in a common space

Matthew Hollingshead recently joined Hebrew SeniorLife as the executive director of Assisted Living and Memory Care at NewBridge on the Charles. His energetic, resident-centric approach and skill in leading large teams is already making a difference in the lives of our residents. I recently spoke to Matt about the rewards and challenges of his work.

4 Resources for Family Caregivers

August 27, 2015

4 Resources for Family Caregivers

Taking care of a family member with Alzheimer’s disease and/or a related dementia can be as exhausting as it is meaningful. Both physically and emotionally, caregiving takes a toll that we can all appreciate. Occasional breaks – whether for a few hours, a day, or a week or more – are important in order to recharge. Family caregivers need rest and support in order to continue to provide the best possible care to loved ones.

There are many supports available for family caregivers:

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