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Gail Fraser and her husband Bob present check to Chris Reilly and TBH residents.

Three watercolor paintings were donated to the Multiple Sclerosis Center at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital. “The art work is beautiful and we are grateful to the residents at The Boston Home for donating their paintings to our department.” said Dr. James Stankiewicz , Clinical Director of the MS Center. “They will be featured in our lobby for all to enjoy.”

Christine Reilly, CEO of TBH and Dr. James Stankiewicz, Clinical Director MS Center

The Boston Home Board of Trustees is pleased to announce the appointment of Christine Reilly as The Boston Home’s new President and Chief Executive Officer. An experienced long-term care leader, […]

Thank you Laurie Martinelli! Dorchester resident, Laurie Martinelli raised six-thousand dollars for The Boston Home biking from Bar Harbor, ME to Seattle, WA. This was Martinelli’s first cross-country biking trip. […]

Tuesday, August 8, 2017 – Mayor Martin J. Walsh today joined State Senator Linda Dorcena Forry, developers The Boston Home and Affirmative Investments, local elected officials and members of the […]

The Boston Home, received national recognition from CareerSTAT’s Frontline Healthcare Worker Champion program. CareerSTAT recognized The Boston Home for making exemplary investments in the skills and careers of their frontline […]

The Boston Home has been selected to receive a grant of $100,000 through Cummings Foundation’s $100K for 100 program. The Boston Home was chosen from more than 600 applicants. The […]

The First Phase of Construction for Harmon Apartments begins May 9, 2017 New Parking Lot The first phase of construction for Harmon Apartments is the construction of a new parking […]

B.Fit! members had a fun day skating at the Spaulding Adaptive Sports Center – Porrazzo Memorial Rink in East Boston. The Spaulding center provides adapted sleds that allow our members to […]

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