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“The Many Benefits of Meditation and Relaxation,” Topic of Masonicare’s Lunch & Learn on April 16

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On Thursday, April 16, at 11:30 a.m., at Masonicare at Newtown, Jennifer King, Executive Director of The Masonic Charity Foundation of Connecticut, will present a program entitled “The Many Benefits of Meditation and Relaxation.” In this informative presentation, participants will...

 

“Keeping Your Mind Sharp” Topic of Masonicare’s Lunch & Learn Program at Wallingford Senior Center on April 15

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On Wednesday, April 15, Masonicare will present a Lunch & Learn entitled “Keeping Your Mind Sharp” at the Wallingford Senior Center, 238 Washington Street. Featured presenter is Grace Martha, Memory Care Resource Coordinator for Masonicare. During this informative presentation, she...

 

Masonicare chefs take home top honors at Chef’s Challenge

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Three Masonicare chefs received top honors at the Connecticut Assisted Living Association’s annual conference and Chef’s Challenge on March 5 at the Crown Plaza Conference Center in Cromwell. This year, in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Connecticut Assisted...

 

Local knitters donate prayer shawls for hospice patients

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A Prayer Shawl ceremony was held at Wesley Village on Thursday, March 5. More than 75 hand-knit prayer shawls, lap robes and afghans were donated to the hospice patients of Masonicare Home Health and Hospice. The items were made by...

 

Masonicare Honored as a Healthy Workplace Employer

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Masonicare was among 44 area employers honored by The Business Council of Fairfield County at their 2015 Healthy Workplace Employer Recognition Program held recently at the Sheraton Stamford Hotel. This program applauded the efforts of employers who understand the competitive...

 

Masonicare to offer Lunch and Learn on March 23 “Cooking Healthy for One (or Two!)”

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Are you settling for frozen dinners or leftovers, and lack inspiration or creativity when cooking for just yourself? If so, you won’t want to miss Masonicare’s upcoming Lunch & Learn “Cooking Healthy for One (or Two)! on March 23 at...

 

Masonicare 4, Winter 0

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By Adam Raider When it comes to winter storm preparedness, Masonicare has all the bases covered. Secure facilities against frozen pipes? Check. Make sure emergency and alternate utility sources are working? Check. Ensure that there are ample supplies of food...

 

In the “Land of Opportunity,” Eiby Angeles Makes the Most of His

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By Adam Raider Masonicare employees are all, in some way, caregivers. If they’re not directly touching the lives of a resident or patient, then they’re providing support to those who do. This is especially true of the Information Technology (IT)...

 

It Takes a Village

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By Adam Raider Masonicare earned its reputation as a leading provider of healthcare and retirement living options for seniors by providing outstanding service. But in creating a welcoming community at Ashlar Village in Wallingford, a dedicated staff is aided by...

 

“Vascular Diseases” Topic of Masonicare’s Lunch & Learn on March 10

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On Tuesday, March 10, Masonicare at Newtown will host a Lunch & Learn program on “Vascular Diseases.” Featured speaker is Dr. Dennis Ng. In his presentation, Dr. Ng will review different types of vascular diseases including peripheral artery disease (PAD),...

 

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