Maintaining the health, wellness and safety of the residents and staff at The Pines Senior Living continues to be our number one priority. At this time, our residences remain closed to non-essential visitors. However, we feel we have a responsibility to take small, carefully measured steps to slowly begin to reopen our campus and reunite residents with their loved ones.
Currently we are allowing up to two people at a time to visit inside the building in designated areas. The visit must be scheduled in advance. Visitors will be screened according to federal, state and local guidelines, and everyone must wear a mask and stay 6 feet apart.
We continue to accept new admissions. Virtual tours are available and in-person tours may be arranged under certain circumstances.
If you’re interested in scheduling a visit with your loved one or requesting a virtual tour, please call or email the appropriate person below.
The Christmas spirit was in full swing at The Pines this past December! Residents decorated Christmas trees, made festive crafts, received window visits from Santa, and celebrated Christmas and New Year’s Eve with safe, socially-distanced parties. Apartment tenants enjoyed playi Continue Reading →
Campus seniors had a great November. They made lovely Thanksgiving crafts, had lots of fun watching the swordtail fish babies grow, and in honor of Veterans Day, each veteran received a personalized door hanger with their name, rank and branch of service listed on the back of it. An A Continue Reading →
The month of October was full of wonderful activities for campus seniors. To celebrate Halloween, they painted pumpkins, made cute decorations, played Halloween bingo and received visits on the back patio from costumed friends, family, and the Roxbury Boosters 4H Group! Aside from typ Continue Reading →
National Assisted Living Week was September 13th – 19th. Campus residents celebrated with a variety of wonderful activities throughout the week. They went for scenic bus rides, enjoyed fun themed dress-up days like Crazy Socks, Crazy Hair or Favorite Sports Team Day, were entert Continue Reading →
Residents spent August participating in lots of great activities. They made beautiful sunflower crafts, went for scenic bus rides around town, and shucked corn that they later had for dinner – yum! Susan Frankland also entertained on the patio while the seniors enjoyed some happ Continue Reading →