The Presidential Election – Where are we now? | March 25, 2020 at 3:30 p.m. In this free lecture, Virginia Sapiro will share with us her views on the nomination process, how it works and whether or not we have a choice as we approach the next presidential election in 2020. Presented by: Virginia Sapiro,
Many older adults experience a fear of falling. People who develop this fear often limit their activities, which can result in physical weakness, making the risk of falling even greater. A Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns About Falls is a program designed to reduce the fear of falling and increase activity levels among older adults. Classes
A collection of events at Springhouse Senior Living. All events are open to the public, but space is limited. Please RSVP by calling 617-522-0043 X 2110 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org ONGOING SUPPORT GROUPS Living with Loss is a bi weekly support group for older adults who are experiencing loss of a partner or spouse through
Since the day Marlene Sanchez started working here, we knew she would be an asset. Sometimes the shiniest diamonds are unnoticeable until they are cleaned and polished. The best employees are the ones that show growth, loyalty and willingness to learn and not necessarily the ones that show up to work to do their job;
For your enjoyment, we feature a special message from our Dining Services, Health Care Services Group. It’s fall and time for pumpkins. Here are some impressive health benefits to eating pumpkin or squash. Did you know? Pumpkin is high in vitamins, minerals and low in calories. It is source of beta-carotene. Pumpkin’s antioxidant compounds are linked to
On March 31, 2019, Karen Pollack, Director of Community Relations at Springhouse, was a guest speaker at the Harvard College Alzheimer’s Buddies Symposium. This was interdisciplinary conference on Alzheimer’s Disease. Her topic was entitled ”Best Practices of Caregiving.” The Keynote Speaker was Dr. Kirk Daffner from Harvard Medical School.
In May, we took a trip to Allandale Farm and then did some planting ourselves! We had a beautiful sunny spring day for our planting party. A cool breeze filled the air. Once we got working it was a welcome relief along with an ice-cold glass of refreshing lemonade.
Photographs by Ansel Adams, a re-created country estate circa 1800, Korean art featuring celadon vases, lacquer and metalwork from the 11th century–these are a few of the recent exhibitions our Allen House residents have toured on their monthly visit to Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts.
Wednesday means it’s “What’s Cookin’” demonstration day. Today “OH CREPE!” Yes, they made crepes! Yummy…marscapone whip mixed with nutella created Marscapone Chocolate Hazelnut Whip and we added fresh fruit. Look how amazing these look!
Baby it’s cold outside ???? and that does a number on the skin, but nothing a little homemade vanilla lavender sugar scrub won’t fix! More from our baking and cooking group…sometimes it’s therapeutic more ways than one! .