Seacoast Employee Recognition

Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation honored it’s employees with multiple years of service, during a Employee Recognition breakfast this past week.  Awards and gifts were given to employees that had been with the company in some cases, as long as 20 years. 

It was a fantastic event, and perhaps the most meaningful moments came when the residents applauded and cheered as each name was announced. 

Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation Employee Recognition Awards

Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation Employee Recognition Awards

Rotary donation for Seacoast improvements

On Thursday, Patrick Thorpe, President of the Gloucester Rotary was on hand with fellow Rotarians to present Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation with a check for $1,000.  The Gloucester Rotary donated the funds to aid in the renovation of the living room for the short term residents. 
Seacoast Executive Director, Stephen Doyle accepted the donation, and expressed his and the staff’s gratitude in allowing Seacoast to improve the stay of their patients.

Rotary presents check to Seacoast for patient area upgrade

Rotary presents check to Seacoast for patient living room upgrade

Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation May 2015

SEACOAST NEWS May 2015

 

“Scenes of Cape Ann” At Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation Center

Through the generosity of the of the local photographers and the beautiful work by James and Anna Eves from Cape Ann Giclee, pictures on canvases of familiar places and events on Cape Ann are on permanent display bringing memories and comfort to the residents on the memory impaired unit of Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation.. The unit looks like a museum of fine art and the residents love it!

It has been a year since the beatiful images have been hung on the walls.

These images have provoked memories, conversation and comfort to the residents on a daily basis as they are surrounded by images of places and events they know and love.

Many thanks to all the photographers who participated in this project making this memory enhancement program a huge success. Carl Gustin, Cathy Chapman, Charlie Carroll, Dana Hasselgard, David Cox, David Delroy, EJ Lefavour, Joey Ciarmataro, Lennie Bergess, Lowell Peobody, Mark Kenegis, Marty Luster, Fr. Matthew Green, Nancy Shaw, Skip Montello, Mark Kanegis, and Thom Falzarano.

 

National Nursing Home Week Activities:

Sunday- May 10th 2-3 Mothers Day Tea

Monday-May 11th 2:00 The Gloucester History Shaing Program

Tuesday-May 12th 5:00 Dinner Theater w/ Entertainment by Dave Burns

Wednesday- May 13th10:30 Employee Recognition Celebration 2:00 Ice Cream Sunday Party!

Thursday- May 14th 2:00 Reading by Poet Laureate John Ronin

Friday- May 15th 2:00 Singer Tony Funches

Saturday-May 16th 2:00 Bingo for Silver & Gold

 

Friends of Seacoast

Thanks to the Friends of Seacoast the residents of Seacoast have enjoyed many special events including weekly Musical Entertainment, Dinner Theater, A Red Sox Home Opener Celebration with Fenway’s favorite foods.

The Friends of Seacoast enhance the resident’s lives at the Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation Center with hours of enjoyment by providing the finances needed for the special entertainment, supplies and community outings. Any and all donations to The Friends of Seacoast are gratefully accepted. Next fundraiser event Friends of Seacoast RAFFLE

 

Win a complete book of Mass Lottery $cratch Tickets!

Drawing to be held 07/14/15

1st Prize- 100- $10 scratch tickets

2nd Prize- 150- $5 scratch tickets

3rd Prize- 300- $2 scratch tickets

4th Prize- 300- $1 scratch tickets

All proceeds to benefit the residentsof Seacoast Nursing & Rehab

$20 per ticket

Only 250 will be sold.

Odds of winning 1 in 62!

Tickets available at Seacoast front receptionist desk during business hours

The next Friends of Seacoast meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 12, 2015 at 6:00 PM

at Bank Gloucester.

Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation APRIL news

Thanks to the Friends of Seacoast, the residents enjoyed their St. Patrick’s Day celebrations with Irish Step dancers and an Irish concert by Sgt. Dan Clark.  They also enjoyed the St. Joseph’s celebration with zeppolis fresh baked by Donut Jims.  Other weekly concerts were offered by professional entertainers including the Honky Tonk Women’s singer Sheila Schrank.

The Friends of Seacoast enhance the resident’s lives at the Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation Center with hours of enjoyment by providing the finances needed for special entertainment, supplies and community outings.  Any and all dontations to the Friends of Seacoast are gratefully accepted.  Their next meeting will be held on Tuesday April 14 at 6pm at the Bank of Gloucester.

The Cape Ann Museum has been offering Seacoast ongoing programs.  This artistic expression project has included poetry, painting, a museum tour and art demonstrations within the Seacoast facility. 

The next museum tour is scheduled on April 7th.  The next museum visit to Seacoast titled “Portraits from Cape Ann museum” is scheduled for April 28th.

Beth Wein will return to Seacoast each month to give a presentation about Gloucester’s history.  These slideshows focus on various pieces of our city’s history.  It’s called the History SHARING program because Beth will share what she has learned about the topic while the audience is encouraged to share what they know.  The next visit is scheduled for April 20th at 2pm

Seacoast Nursing & Rehabilitation

 

Thanks to the Friends of Seacoast the residents enjoyed many activities including their Valentine’s Day with beautiful décor, a concert with love songs and a dessert buffet . The Superbowl Celebration, weekly concerts and the monthly dinner theater with entertainment by Sheila Schrank were all a great time thanks to the Friends.

 Special thanks to the Students from Eastern Point School, West Parish Students and the Freshman Class of Essex Tech who made handmade Valentine Cards for the Seacoast Residents. Every resident received a lovely Valentine Card.

 The Friends of Seacoast enhance the resident’s lives at the Seacoast Nursing and Rehabilitation Center with hours of enjoyment by providing the finances needed for the special entertainment, supplies and community outings. Any and all donations to “The Friends of Seacoast” are gratefully accepted.

The Friends of Seacoast are grateful for the gifts received in honor of loved ones.

 

We are looking forward to many upcoming events with the support of the Friends of Seacoast including a St. Patrick’s Day Celebration with Irish Step Dancers, an Irish concert by Sgt. Dan Clark, weekly Musical Entertainment, Dinner Theater with catered foods from local restaurants, Community Outings and more…

 

The Singing Trooper

The Singing Trooper

 

The next Friends of Seacoast Meeting is scheduled for March 10th @ 6:00PM at Bank Gloucester.

 

Alison Cox, Activities Director