Entries by Beth Perkins

Brady’s first visit a big success!

We all love it when our therapy pets visit. This was Brady’s first time visiting in Reflections. He’s a proud graduate of the Canine Good Citizen Program and was very content to relax in our living room and socialize with the residents. Come back anytime Brady!

Stars for our Troops!

This is a new monthly activity we have started in Reflections. Stars are cut from retired American Flags then put in a plastic pouch along with a verse that reads “Please carry me as a reminder that you are not Forgotten”. These will be sent to our Troops and Veterans as an ongoing “Community Service […]

Great Day at Earl’s Farm in Groton

On a recent beautiful May afternoon some of the Reflections residents went on a van ride to Earl’s Farm on Lost Lake in Groton. He was happy to let us visit with his animals including goats, llamas, a turkey, ducks and rabbits. We were able to feed the animals and hold some baby bunnies that […]

The Butterfly Place

RiverCourt residents visited the Butterfly Place in Westford and a return trip is already planned. Everyone loved the experience of viewing so many varieties of butterflies perched on flowers, enjoying the sunshine and flying freely in the natural habitat. One resident was asked how she liked the Butterfly Place and she responded “I was entranced”.

Art in Bloom!

Last Friday the residents went to the Fitchburg Art Museum for the 16th Annual Art in Bloom celebration. The event celebrates springtime with floral designs inspired by and reflecting works of art throughout the museum’s exhibits. It was amazing to see the creativity in their floral designs! RiverCourt Residences was a proud sponsor of the […]

Easter Bunny Memories!

Easter has come and gone but the residents are still talking about the bunny! He was generous with candy and eggs (of course!) and kept everyone smiling.

Students help us welcome Spring!

A group of students from Parker Charter School came and gave all the residents handmade Welcome Spring door hangers that they had made for us! The cheerful and creative hangers were appreciated and brought joy and smiles to the residents. It has been a long, cold winter and both students and residents are ready for […]

CNA student entertains residents!

CNA student Bernis Corona Diaz recently completed his Work Based Learning internship  for Shriver Job Corps in Reflections. While his normal tasks include serving lunch and assisting in cleaning up, Bernis brought his guitar and flute in one day to entertain the residents. They loved it! Along with playing for them, he also asked them […]