At Sherrill House we are guided by our motto: "They Who Care, Heal." We are an independent, not-for-profit, skilled nursing and rehabilitation center. Located in the vibrant Jamaica Plain neighborhood of Boston, we are minutes away from world renowned hospitals such as Brigham and Women's, Beth Israel/Deaconess Medical Center, New England Baptist, Faulkner, Boston Medical Center and Massachusetts General.
Launched as part of Mayor Walsh's citywide beautification initiative and in its 20th year, the contest recognizes gardeners who have landscaped, planted flowers, trees and shrubs, and, in the process, helped beautify Boston’s neighborhoods. For two days judges from the Garden Contest Hall of Fame, Boston Elderly Affairs Commissioner Emily Shea, Boston Parks and Recreation Department staff, and local open space advocates visited the gardens to determine the winners. With hundreds of applications, Sherrill House was honored with 3rd place in the Storefront, Business or Main Streets division – video highlights here!
The Literati Scene – a local community program hosted by Smoki Bacon and Dick Concannon featured Sherrill House’s own Jamie Dame and Jill Jones. The show aired recently and is now on the website and social media pages. Feel free to share with family and friends.
A CNN production team recently spent some time at Sherrill House and created a piece that highlights the benefits of music therapy for people with dementia. We’re delighted to share this video with you, which features our Music Therapy Director Basel Zayed and a charming group of residents from our Special Care Unit.
On November 18th, at the EMC Club at Fenway Park, Sherrill House launched its Endow the Difference campaign. Endow the Difference is the first capital fundraising campaign in the 100+ year history of Sherrill House.