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Live Music and Local Authors at Waterstone

Waterstone is full of bookworms, history buffs and music lovers, so it’s only fitting that November will be packed with performances and a book talk at our community! We hope you’ll join us for any events that pique your interest.

Easy exercises to boost balance and strength

It’s old news that regular exercise is important to our health—we’ve been told as much our entire lives. But staying active is about more than just heart health and maintaining a healthy weight. Did you know that exercise can play a key role in mobility as you age?

Jazz, Cabaret and Cuban culture at Waterstone

We’re enjoying the change in weather in Wellesley, and often find this time of year to be particularly inspiring. Whether you’re motivated to exercise more, learn about a new subject or simply wish to take inspiration from the arts, we hope you can join us for some or all of our October events.

What is the difference between independent and assisted living?

Because our Waterstone at Wellesley staff work every day with seniors and their families to help them find a residence suited for their needs and interests, we sometimes forget that for those just looking into senior living, the terms can be confusing.

Neil Simon, Arthur Miller and Shakespeare visit Waterstone

Fall is one of our favorite times of year. With the cool, crisp weather and beautiful foliage, it’s a great time to enjoy events around town before the weather turns south. We hope you’ll join us over the next few weeks for performances by Kat Kennedy, Richard Clark and Geoffrey Hicks, as well as an interactive Shakespeare lecture series led by celebrated teacher and actor Stephen Collins.

Study finds link between volunteering and better health

Activity has always been at the core of our community here at Waterstone. Our residents value their active, independent lifestyles and take pride in productivity. When they decided on a senior living community, they chose a place that made it easy for them to continue pursuing their hobbies and passions, and to contribute in the ways they find most rewarding.

Health concerns: be open, be honest

Sunday Outdoor Concert Series at Waterstone

With its gorgeous weather and longer days, summer is the best time of year to enjoy live music outdoors. That’s why we’ll be soaking up the end of the season with a special Sunday Outdoor Concert Series in August at Waterstone.

On Sunday, Aug. 14, The Winiker Band will join us for a performance at 2 p.m. The jazz duo has been playing together for 50 years, performing at President Bill Clinton’s inaugural ball along the way!

Tips for reducing your risk of arthritis

Many of us associate aging with the development of arthritis, and we have good reason—from 2010 to 2012, an estimated 52.5 million U.S. adults (22.7%) annually were diagnosed with some form of arthritis, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It’s estimated that 62% of those 52.5 million adults are over the age of 65.

Irish music, piano, tai chi and “The Million Dollar Quartet” at Waterstone

We’re enjoying the beautiful weather and laid-back feel of the summer here at Waterstone, which we find goes perfectly with a busy schedule of events! Join us over the next couple weeks for musical performances by the Salty Dawgs, Dan Daniels and Geoffrey Hicks, as well as tai classes led by Tai Chi of New England’s Paula Sullivan.  


Managing the COVID-19 Pandemic
As we step into another week of mitigating the effects of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on our communities, the health, safety and well-being of our residents and team members are – as always – our top priority.

Our teams continue to take extreme prevention and protection protocols as outlined by the CDC, the department of health and local government officials to ensure proactive measures and prompt response as the situation evolves.

We are also deeply grateful and appreciative of our healthcare heroes within our communities who are working hard to support and care for our residents during this difficult time – while keeping families connected to their loved ones.

Together, we are EPOCH Strong.

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