You Have Questions, We Have Answers
At Marian Manor in South Boston, MA, we understand that looking for SeniorCare options can be a changed for older adults, family members, or caregivers. You may have a lot of questions - we're here to help! Our free resources are here to provide you with the answers you need and to help guide you or your loved one through their options and transition into senior care.
If you have questions, our team is happy to talk with you further. Please fill out the accompanying form or give us a call at 857.345.0297
How Senior Care Communities Can Keep you More Independent
Do you think your or your loved one's independence is declining? Moving to a senior care community could be the perfect solution! Check out our free download to learn more.
HOME SAFETY CHECKLIST
As we get older, something as simple as a fall can cause serious injury. Click here and download our checklist to learn more about how to keep you and your loved ones safe.
IN-HOME FALL PREVENTION
5 tips to keep you from slipping up. Click here to get our free download today:
TOP HABITS FOR BETTER BRAIN HEALTH
Keeping our brains sharp as we age is important. Without the right care and attention we become more susceptible to mental health decline. Here are some of the best habits to help exercise your mental muscles.
FIVE REASONS TO STAY SOCIAL
Did you know that something as simple as being socially interactive can have huge impacts on our physical and mental health? Click here to learn 5 reasons why you should stay social.
FAITH-BASED SENIOR LIVING
Did you know that when choosing the right senior living community, something as simple as your faith could play a huge role in your decision-making process? Download our free resource guide today:
ASKING THE RIGHT QUESTIONS
When researching senior care communities, the more questions you ask the better. Click here to download our free guide and learn more about the questions you should ask when choosing the right senior living community for you.
SIGNS TO LOOK FOR
As your parents and loved ones age, you may notice changes in their behavior or well-being. This could be a hint that they are in need of extra assistance. Click here to learn the signs that your loved one could benefit from senior care.
HAVING THE CONVERSATION
How do you tell your loved one that they should consider moving to a senior care community? These conversations are never easy - we are here to help! Check out these suggestions on how to ease into the conversation about seeking support:
A HEALTHIER CHOICE FOR YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES
Caring for an aging loved one can be difficult. Making the decision to move to a senior care community can be beneficial to both you and your loved one! Learn more about why senior care is the healthier choice.
COMPARE THE BENEFITS OF SENIOR CARE
Looking for the right senior care community can be a challenge! Download our free checklist to help you track and compare the services, amenities and other details of each community you're considering.
5 TIPS TO HELP YOU COMBAT SEASONAL MOOD CHANGES
Did you know that something as simple as changes in the weather can have major influences on our mood and mental health? Click here to learn 5 tips on how you can manage seasonal mood swings.
COMBATTING SENIOR LONELINESS
As we age loneliness begins to play a bigger role in our lives than we realize. Lack of socialization can raise the risk of certain health issues for aging adults. Here are some ways you can help maintain a more social lifestyle with your loved one.
UNDERSTANDING MEDICARE AND MEDICAID
Medical insurance becomes more important to us as we age than we realize. It is important to have a good understanding of all your financial options. Check out our free resource to learn more about Medicare and Medicaid
5 WAYS YOU CAN CUT THE COST ON RX DRUGS
The increased price of prescription drugs can become a financial strain on you or your loved ones sooner than you realize. Click here and discover 5 ways you can start saving on medication costs.
Notable and Newsworthy
Residents and supporters of Marian Manor are the reason our skilled nursing commuity has thrived in South Boston. Keep up to date with our latest newsworthy events and notable community happenings!
News at Marian Manor
300 PLUS CLUB
Marian Manor's "300 Plus Club"
Please join us on Sunday, April 19, 2020 for a "Sunday Afternoon Social" of refreshments, number drawings and raffle prizes from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. The event will be held at the:
Iron Workers Hall
195 Old Colony Avenue
South Boston, MA 02127
There will be plenty of parking, and it is handicap accessible (no stairs). Tickets are NOT sold at the door. Please contact Sister Margaret Therese at (857) 345-0297 for more information. 11.13.2018
Message from Mother M. Mark Louis Randall, O.Carm., Prioress General, Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm:
Marian Manor, a nonprofit skilled nursing and rehabilitation center sponsored by the Carmelite Sisters for the Aged and Infirm, is in need of a new, modern facility to continue to provide exceptional care to all its residents. It is in the early stages of repositioning its aging property at 130 Dorchester St. in South Boston. Please note: we do not anticipate any abrupt changes or anything that will disrupt the quality of life and quality of care at our facility. We have made no changes to our capacity and continue to accept new admissions. Because its buildings are in need of extensive, expensive upgrades, the organization hopes to partner with an experienced developer so that a modern, efficient nursing facility can be constructed on-site or at a nearby location in South Boston or Dorchester. Marian Manor is committed to continuing its mission of providing holistic health care in an atmosphere of Catholic understanding and faith. We will provide updates to you throughout the process of developing a new facility. Thank you.
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