Samantha Budd Haeberlein, Vice President of Clinical Development at Biogen has joined the Board of Trustees of The Boston Home. “Dr. Budd Haeberlein is an internationally recognized leader in research […]
Staff members battled bitter wind chills and substantial snow to get to The Boston Home.
Faith Saftler Savage, PT., A.T.P., Seating Specialist at The Boston Home was a panelist at the 2015 National Multiple Sclerosis Society Public Policy Conference in Arlington Virginia.
Resident Margaret Marie found out how important an accessible nurse call system can be. She became temporarily trapped by a piece of furniture, needed help and her nurse call button was across her room mounted on the wall.
Kudos to The Boston Home! The Boston Home Receives State and National Recognition for Three Consecutive Years.
We are pleased to announce that The Boston Home has received a 5 Star national nursing home rating in US. News and World Report and earned a perfect, deficiency-free survey result from the Massachusetts Department of Public.
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Holly Burnes, RN, MS, CS received the Compassionate Care Award at The Boston Home’s Mind Over Matter fundraiser. Holly, a legacy board member has supported the mission of The Boston Home with compassion and care for 29 years.
“As an experienced leadership consultant, educator, author and speaker Kate Sweetman is a perfect fit for The Boston Home. We have been impressed by her ability to work on a full range of leadership levels from the organizational to the team to the individual,” Marva Serotkin, President and CEO, The Boston Home.
Sherica Metayer grew up in Jamaica and was raised by her grandparents. “My grandmother is the reason I decided to work in long-term care. I honor her memory every day by showing others the same kindness she showed me.” When Sherica’s grandfather died suddenly from a stroke her grandmother had to provide for the family. Her grandmother took in laundry, mending and washing clothes to provide for the family. She also made clothes and sold them at the local market. Three years after her grandfather’s death, Sherica’s grandmother died from cancer.
Cordelia Harmon founded The Boston Home in Brighton and oversaw its early development and movement to its present day location in Dorchester.