The Boston Home’s fall expo/fundraiser, Voices: Speech Science & Self-Expression raised $90,000 for The Boston Home for assistive technology services. Dr. Rupel Patel, speech scientist and founder director of Northeastern University’s […]
2015 MS Neurology Fellows with National Multiple Sclerosis and TBH administrators. August 24 – 25 2015 The National Multiple Sclerosis Society and The Boston Home Institute sponsored a two day […]
Read from Boston Globe article August 9, 2015 here
Codman Square Health Center (CSHC), CEO, Sandra Cotterell and President of the Board of Trustees, Marva Serotkin honored State Senator, Linda Dorcena Forry at the organization’s Annual Meeting in appreciation […]
Rev. Dr. Jeffrey P. Johnson, DA, a volunteer chaplain at The Boston Home since 1994, has been appointed Spirituality Coordinator, taking over duties from his colleague Sr. Bridget Hasse, OSU. […]
Marie Josee Louise Jean receives Kristin Vea Family scholarship and the Massachusetts Senior Care Association Scholarship.
Marie Josee Louise-Jean – A Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) at The Boston Home since 2011, was selected for the Kristen Vea Family Scholarship and the Massachusetts Senior Care Association Scholarship […]
Empowerment through mobile technology and co-design MIT students improve the quality of life, safety, and independence of The Boston Home residents with InstaAid mobile application. “Far and away the best […]
HARMON APARTMENTS FAQ Why is Harmon Apartments being developed? Harmon Apartments is being developed by The Boston Home to continue its 134 year tradition of providing housing and care […]
Biomedical engineering graduate student Diego Arias has visited Boston several times from the Universidad de Concepción in Chile to collaborate with residents and Don Fredette, Director of the Wheelchair Enhancement Center. After being introduced to The Boston Home by colleagues at MIT, Diego and his colleagues Esteba Pino and Dorothy Curtis from MIT visited The Boston Home last Spring with the idea of using it as a test site for their MISTI Projec to design assistive devices. MISTI Global Seed Funds enable MIT faculty and researchers to launch early-stage international projects and collaboration with colleagues abroad.