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Masonicare Health Center Nurse Reflects on the “Power of Example”

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By Adam Raider A 2014 recipient of the Norma J. Brandt Nursing Scholarship, Masonicare’s Suzanne Timbro remembers how her mother’s love and sacrifice inspiredher to pursue a career in nursing. Joyce Russell was working as a licensed practical nurse (LPN)...


For the Memory Impaired, Music Can Be Powerful Medicine

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By Adam Raider A now-famous YouTube video illustrates the incredible transformative power that music can have on seniors with cognitive and memory impairments. In it, a man suffering from Alzheimer’s hears music from his past piped through a pair of...


It’s All In The Family

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By Adam Raider Among the many bonds that Bob Bateman and his son, Gregg Bateman, share – familial, professional, Masonic – the two are also consistent and generous supporters of the Masonicare Annual Appeal. Bob and his late wife, Susan,...


American Red Cross Blood Drive at Masonicare at Newtown

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The American Red Cross will hold a Blood Drive on Thursday, September 4 from 1-6pm, at Masonicare at Newtown, 139 Toddy Hill Road in Newtown. A bloodmobile from the American Red Cross will be located in the parking lot. The...


“The Risks of Taking Too Many Medications”- Topic of Masonicare’s Lunch & Learn Program September 18

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On Thursday, September 18, Kim Venterea, RPh, MBA, CGP, consultant pharmacist for Masonicare at Newtown, will present a Lunch & Learn program entitled “The Risks of Taking Too Many Medications.” In her presentation, Ms. Venterea will discuss the increasing prescription...


Masonicare Health Center Seeks Volunteers for the Geriatric Lay Ministry Program

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Aging, with its many challenges, is often a time when spiritual resources and emotional support are very important to the elderly and their families.   Unfortunately, there simply aren’t enough people trained to provide the pastoral care and spiritual resources vital...


Sue Laughlin Named Hospice Volunteer Coordinator for Masonicare

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Sue Laughlin has been named Hospice Volunteer Coordinator for the Brookfield-Newtown office of Masonicare Home Health & Hospice. In her new role, Ms. Laughlin will be responsible for recruiting, screening and training hospice volunteers from within the community and connecting...


Free Summer Concerts at Masonicare Enjoyed by Community

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Wallingford-area residents enjoyed the music of Undercover at a free concert on the groundsof Masonicare, 22 Masonic Avenue, Wallingford. The public is invited to enjoy these free concerts at Masonicare every Thursday evening through July from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.,...


Art Exhibit includes Works of Masonicare Partners Hospice Team

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Opening Reception July 17 at Real Art Ways The Hospice Team at East Hartford-based Masonicare Partners Home Health & Hospice offers Expressive Arts to enhance the quality of life for patients and families receiving hospice care. Their traveling art exhibit,...


Masonicare at Newtown’s FREE Summer Sounds Concerts

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For the 28th consecutive year, Masonicare at Newtown will sponsor FREE Summer Sounds concerts on its beautiful grounds at 139 Toddy Hill Road, Newtown. Area residents are invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy a variety of wonderful...


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