Allerton House in Weymouth has received wonderful notes and letters of appreciation from residents, families, and friends. To anyone who has sent in such a message, we say “Thank You!” Caring for your loved ones is our privilege.Continue reading “Resident and Family Testimonials”
Looking to spend some quality time in the virtual world exploring outer space with family and friends? Exploring the universe offers infinite inspiration. Take a virtual field trip to the NASA Glenn Research Center in Ohio.
This site has amazing images, informative videos, and a variety of interactive virtual tours. Explore the Glenn Hangar, wind tunnels, and several laboratories to learn more about the innovative technology NASA utilizes for space exploration.
Though we’ve grown accustomed to pandemic-related terms like “social distancing,” there are still many ways to stay engaged, connected, and entertained!
If you love games and puzzles, we found a great online resource for you: AARP.org has everything from crossword to sudoku, jigsaw to mahjongg.
Insider tip: scroll all the way down to the Ts if you’re looking for “The Daily” puzzles.
Residents celebrate the holiday with expressions of kindness for their peers and staff at the “Strawberries & Champagne Valentine’s Day Social.” Of course, the celebration wouldn’t be complete without a champagne toast and some other sweet treats.Continue reading “Love is in the air at Allerton House in Weymouth!”
Nothing brightens winter like hot tea, yummy cookies, and great companionship. Residents at Allerton House in Weymouth enjoy the opportunity to spend time with one another and staff.Continue reading “All Smiles at the Snowflake Tea”
Residents of Allerton House in Weymouth enjoyed painting narwhal figurines for display. The narwhal, a pale colored member of the whale family, is found in the waters of the Arctic. The class was led by Activity Assistant Erin Lockary. The seasonal ceramics class meets twice a month in the winter and the spring.Continue reading “Narwhal Adventure in Pottery”
Allerton House in Weymouth recently hosted a special Thanksgiving event to thank professionals for referring their clients and loved ones to the senior living community. Guests of the early Thanksgiving celebration enjoyed seasonal appetizers, a scavenger hunt, and tours of the independent living, assisted living and memory care neighborhoods.Continue reading “Early Thanksgiving Celebration for Professionals”
Welch Senior Living Principal Paul T. Casale, Sr., welcomed employees and managers from Allerton House in Hingham, Allerton House in Weymouth, Village at Proprietors Green in Marshfield, and The Village at Duxbury to the annual Staff Recognition Dinner. Casale, Sr. thanked those in attendance for “working as a team for the greater good.” He noted that Welch Senior Living staff display “unselfish service above and beyond the call of duty,” as they create a “culture of caring for our residents.”Continue reading “Welch Senior Living Awards Night: Teamwork for the Greater Good”
Allerton House in Weymouth celebrated Oktoberfest, the German festival that is a tribute to Bavarian culture, and of course to beer!Continue reading “Oktoberfest!”
The Kindness Rocks Project captures the free, kindhearted spirit of residents at Allerton House in Weymouth. Now a worldwide phenomenon, Kindness Rocks started as a way for a Cape Cod woman to lift the spirits of others by leaving behind inspirational messages painted on rocks and stones she found along the beach. The butterflies, and the ladybug, painted by Allerton House residents, will be distributed to their friends and family members.Continue reading “Kindness Rocks and So Do Butterflies!”