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News & Events for Welch Senior Living

The newly renovated living room at Allerton House is complete with fireplace and baby grand piano (not shown).


Experience the “Wow,” factor at Allerton House in Hingham 

The “Wow” factor was on full display at the recent Allerton House in Hingham Open House.

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Paul T. Casale, principal of Welch Senior Living, presented Amanda Korona, a resident assistant at Village at Proprietors Green in Marshfield, with Employee of the Year honors.


Welch Senior Living Celebrates Employees at Annual Awards Dinner 

Welch Senior Living this week honored long-standing employees for their dedication, high standards, and length of service during the annual Employee Recognition Dinner held at The Villa at Ridder Country Club. The awards dinner is an opportunity to recognize the nurses, social workers, certified nursing assistants, activities professionals, housekeepers, maintenance staff, and many others whose roles are critical to the happiness, health, and well-being of residents.

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Paula Hutchinson, director of social services at Queen Anne Nursing Home in Hingham, (center) is featured with Lynda Chuckran, director, community relations (left), Welch Senior Living and Carol Taylor, marketing director at Allerton House in Hingham.


Professionals Tour Stunning New Interiors during Allerton House Halloween Event 

More than 30 healthcare professionals experienced the “Wow!” factor, touring Allerton House at Harbor Park’s renovated and modern common areas including reception, dining room, sunroom, library, living room and the all-new café.

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Allerton House in Weymouth resident Julia Sullivan proudly shares a photograph with Paul Casale, Jr., executive director, Allerton House at Central Park in Weymouth.


Welch Senior Living Celebrates Residents and Their Families during Assisted Living Week 

This year’s National Assisted Living Week theme, “Family is forever” embodies the actions of Welch Senior Living when caring for residents and supporting their families.

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The Welch Senior Living Team proudly turned out to support the 2017 South Shore Walk to End Alzheimer’s, to date, raising nearly $14,000.


Welch Senior Living raises over $14,000 for Alzheimer’s Awareness 

Welch Senior Living employees pledged their support in a major way during the 2017 South Shore Walk to end Alzheimer’s on Saturday, September 17 at Pilgrim Memorial State Park in Plymouth. Four Welch Senior Living individuals or teams were named Grand Champions, honored for raising $1,000 or more. Additionally, Welch Senior Living was a $2,500 corporate Promise Garden Sponsor, which brings the company’s fund-raising total to date to $13,760 for 2017.

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Sitting still and regal, a Silkie, enjoys the soothing strokes of resident Joann McLaughlin.


Baby Animals Visit Allerton House in Weymouth 

Pets and small animals make people of all ages feel good. Residents at Allerton House at Central Park know this is true and were delighted for a chance to visit with and pet a variety of baby farm animals, including bunnies, kids, and piglets from Farm Visits, a traveling petting farm. In older adults, studies have shown that pets can relieve stress and even help to fight off depression. It’s easy to see by the faces of residents that a visit by the baby animals is truly beneficial.

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Welch Senior Living Director of Community Relations Lynda Chuckran (second from left) stands with her referral colleagues from South Shore Health System, including far left, TJ White, community outreach liaison; Jann Ahern, vice president of home & community care operations; Lisa Royer, director of home & health resources, and Tina Dwyer, director of care coordination/community benefits officer.


Annual Lobsterbake Celebrates the Community’s Referral Partners 

For professionals in the senior living industry, the Networking Party of the summer is certainly the Lobsterbake at Village at Proprietors Green. This annual thank-you event celebrates the strong and valuable partnerships between the senior living community and its many referral colleagues, both within and outside the field of healthcare.

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