Staying Connected at Allerton House Assisted Living in Hingham!

Margaret Papile beams as she watches via Skype as her grandson graduates from USC. Friend and fellow Allerton House at Harbor Park resident Martha Corey shares the moment with her.

Allerton House in Hingham resident Margaret Papile watches her grandson graduate from the University of Southern California via Skype. Margaret was thrilled t be able to participate this way, seeing her grandson Anthony Provenzano during graduation ceremonies at the USC campus in Lost Angeles. Staff and friends stopped by to celebrate with her. To learn more about the ways Allerton House Assisted Living residents in Hingham stay connected with generations of family around the world, contact Carol Taylor at 781-749-3322 or email her at: ctaylor@welchhrg.com


Margaret Papile, a resident of Allerton house Assisted Living Community in Hingham is extremely proud of grandson Anthony Provenzano who recently graduated from the University of Southern California.

Receptionist Barbara Wollan stops by to see resident Margaret Papile as she participates in her grandson’s graduation from USC via Skype.

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Feeling Special – Mother’s Day at Allerton House in Weymouth

Diving right in to enjoy the tea served at Allerton House at Central Park’s Mother’s Day Event is resident Flora Fucci.

Beautiful flowers. Fine china. A selection of delicious teas and tasty treats. That’s just part of what residents of Allerton House at Central Park in Weymouth enjoyed during their Mother’s Day Tea. The community offers independent and assisted living. For more information contact Marketing Director Al Ewing at 781-413-7850.

 

 

 


Jeannette Boudreau, resident services director at Allerton House at Central Park, (right) shares well wishes with resident Helen Crowley as she prepares to pour from the community’s elegant china tea service.

Beautiful spring flowers and tasty treats dotted the tables set up for the Mother’s Day Tea.

 

Resident Mabel Frayling looks up from her delicious tea for a moment during the Mother’s Tea at Allerton House at Central Park.

The beautiful tea cups reminded many residents of the delicate fine china their own mothers used when serving tea.

Deborah Cassidy, Allerton House activity assistant, graciously pours tea for resident Peg Bonner.

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Welch Senior Living Supports 25th Anniversary of Maria Droste

Welch Senior Living President Richard Welch, also a Board Member of Maria Droste Counseling Services, pauses for a photograph with his wife Alice at the Fashion Gala.

Welch Senior Living was proud to support Maria Droste Counseling Services Fashion Show Gala at The Lantana last night. Sponsored by the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, the Quincy non-profit community-based organization offers mental health and substance use counseling as well as holistic therapy services. Started 25 years ago by the late Sr. Joanne Westwater, Maria Droste serves the uninsured, low income individuals and families throughout the South Shore, Greater Boston and Metro West communities, who otherwise might not have access to these services.

The Fashion Show featured David Josef Design, Denise Hajjar of Boston and Hajjar’s Big and Tall. Jim Fagan served as Master of Ceremonies.

Paul T. Casale, Vice-president, Welch Senior Living, and his wife Claire share a light-hearted moment before the Fashion Show at the Gala to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Maria Droste Counseling Services.

Executive Director of Welch Senior Living’s Allerton House at Harbor Park in Hingham Tom Karnes brought his wife, Auta to the Fashion Show Gala.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Welch Senior Living’s Ellen Laramee, RN, senior clinical Assisted Living Consultant and Joyce Watson-O’Neil, LICSW, MSW, CDP, licensed independent social worker, pose for a photo during the Fashion Show Gala.

Coleen Ferguson, executive director of Welch Senior Living’s Village at Proprietors Green in Marshfield gladly shared a photo with her Gala dinner-mates, Barbara and David Leahy of Scituate.

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Welch Senior Living is Premier Sponsor of Alzheimer’s Partnership of the South Shore Conference

Lynda Chuckran, director of community relations, Welch Senior Living

Welch Senior Living was pleased to serve as a Premier Sponsor of the 12th Annual Alzheimer’s Partnership of the South Shore Conference and Caregiver Day. Lynda Chuckran, director of community relations for Welch Senior Living, had the opportunity to address the more than 150 caregivers and professionals in attendance, talking about the memory care assisted living options offered by two Welch communities, Allerton House at Harbor Park in Hingham and Village at Proprietors Green in Marshfield.  The Conference was held at Oak Point, an active adult community in Middleborough, MA.

For more information about the Memory Care Programs at Allerton House at Harbor Park and Village at Proprietors Green, click on the links below.

http://www.welchhrg.com/assisted-living-ma/hingham/index

http://www.ProprietorsGreen.com

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Allerton House in Hingham Residents Get Ready for Children’s Egg Hunt

Resident Betty Lincoln of Allerton House at Harbor Park in Hingham is all smiles as she gets ready to dip into the community’s huge ester basket o pull out plastic eggs for filling with candy.

Residents enjoy filling colorful plastic eggs for the annual Easter Egg Hunt at Allerton House at Harbor Park in Hingham. This inter-generational event is a crowd pleaser every year as residents welcome their grown children, grandchildren and often, their great-grandchildren. For more information about Allerton House at Harbor Park, call 781-749-3322.


 

Allerton House Activities Assistant Janeen Culhane gets assistance from resident MaryLou Fitzsimmons, as they prepare eggs for the Easter Egg Hunt at the Hingham Assisted Living Community.

Resident Ginny Newcombe is busy filling plastic eggs with treats for young Easter treasure hunters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Resident Mary Dillon has lots of choices when it comes to creating candy-filled eggs for the children who will be participating in the annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Hingham Assisted Living Community.

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Cheering on the Sox!

There was plenty of popcorn, root beer floats, and snacks as well as fan gear at the Allerton House at Central Park Celebration of the Boston Red Sox Home Opener! Spirits were high as the game began and the residents were elated by the 5-3 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Carolyn Hathorne, a resident of Allerton House at Central Park in Weymouth, is decked out for the Red Sox Home Opener.

Longtime Allerton House Assisted Living resident Fran Denvir, a huge Boston Red Sox fan, enjoys the community’s Home Opener win over the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Resident Betty Vogel is poised for the win as she attends the Allerton House at Central Park celebration of the Boston Red Sox and their first win of the season.

Resident Ruth Boyle and her “Baseball Balloon” are the height of true fan gear.

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Potential Tax Deductions for Assisted Living

Find out if you or a loved one qualifies for Tax Deductions for Assisted Living.

Since tax time is right around the corner, download this PDF to learn more about whether you or a loved one may qualify for tax deductions for costs associated with Assisted Living.

TaxDeductionsforAL.2017

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St. Patrick’s Day Party at Village at Proprietors Green

Resident Services Director Valeri Williams and resident Sam Ganguly take no time getting into the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day.

Village at Proprietors Green in Marshfield holds an annual St. Patrick’s Day Party for residents to honor Irish cultural traditions. Residents  wear green, sport shamrocks, and enjoy a traditional New England boiled dinner. For more information about Village at Proprietors Green, with independent living, assisted living and memory care, visit: www.ProprietorsGreen.com

 

When the games began, residents paid strict attention!

Much like the tribute song, “When Irish Eyes are Smiling,” residents Lucille Ferruzzi and Lydia Hale are pleased to be a part of the annual celebration.

 

 

Dressed fittingly in green, Village at Proprietors Green resident Mary Hanlon enjoys the festivities.

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Are You Doing This At Home? – If Not, Come Join the Fun at Allerton House!

Enjoy the latest Impressions Assisted Living Newsletter for Winter 2017 from the Allerton House Communities.

Read about residents and their interests, and why they love living at Allerton House.

Call or email to arrange a complimentary luncheon and personalized tour!

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Honoring a Holiday Tradition at Village at Proprietors Green in Marshfield

Village at Proprietors Green residents and staff were honored to make a holiday donation to the Marshfield Food Pantry. The civic-minded senior living community raised $1,500 for the food pantry.

Many of those involved gathered to make the in-person donation to the Marshfield Food Pantry Director James Hewitt. They are featured (from left to right): Village at Proprietors Green Executive Director Colleen Ferguson, Resident Services Director Valeri Williams, Activities Assistant Heather Payne (standing), resident Margaret Karns (seated), resident Dorothy Ellis, James Hewitt, and residents Edith Seacord and Sonya Steinberg.

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