Windrose at Woburn Honors Veteran Residents with Ceremony - LCB Senior Living, LLC

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Windrose at Woburn Honors Veterans with
Unveiling of Wall of Honor

January 19th, 2017— WOBURN, MA.  Windrose at Woburn (www.windrosewoburn.com), located at 857 Main Street in Woburn, MA, held a ceremony honoring veteran residents with a flag installation and unveiling of a “Wall of Honor”.  The community specializes in helping residents and their families coping with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia through LCB’s renowned Reflections Memory Care program.

The ceremony was held in coordination with the Woburn Veteran Services, and featured five veteran residents at Windrose Woburn who were honored for their service.  Several community residents and local veterans attended the event as well.  During the ceremony, the Woburn Veteran Services installed an American flag in the new memorial wall area, where several photos are displayed of veteran residents during their time in service.

LCB’s Reflections Memory Care program is a mindful and non-pharmacological approach to promoting dignity and quality of life for older adults with memory challenges, through compassionate care and a focus on the person, not the disease.  Through varied and carefully planned programs, Reflections supports and enriches the experiences that residents have on a daily basis.  They are encouraged to be active members of society, to be independent, to express themselves through therapeutic engagement, and to flourish.

In addition to offering sophisticated cognitive programming and a range of daily services, Reflections is a secure, safe environment with its own common areas, walking courtyard, and other amenities.  All programming was developed in collaboration with the Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital and Brigham & Women’s Hospital.


LCB Senior Living was founded in 2010 by the management team of the former Newton Senior Living, LLC (NSL).  NSL was one of the first assisted living developers and operators in Massachusetts, and was the 16th-largest assisted living company in the United States when it was sold to a division of Lazard Freres in 2005.  Headquartered in Norwood, MA, LCB currently operates 20 communities throughout New England, and is developing several more.

 

Veterans Event Photo

L-R: (Back Row) George Poole, Tom Quigley, Al Damocogno, Larry Guiseppe

        (Front Row) Robert Duffy, Wilson Hunt, Maurice McCarthy, Cosmo Gallinaro