Sherrill House is the culmination of more than one hundred years of exceptional care. Founded as the Trinity Church Home for the Aged (Rachel Allen Memorial) in 1907, one of the first of its kind, today Sherrill House still leads the way in caring. We are proud of our tradition of caring and excellence, and we remain committed to continuously improving our staff, services, and programs to best meet the needs of those we serve. Learn more about the history of Sherrill House.
Sherrill House is a 196-bed, not-for-profit skilled nursing and rehabilitation center growing to meet the changing needs of our community. With a multi-year expansion and renovation completed in 2007, our state-of-the-art facility has even more ways to give our patients and residents the best care. Now more than ever, Sherrill House is Boston's best place to get better.
We are proud to offer three specialized care programs, including short-term rehabilitation through our acclaimed Return to Home™ program, traditional long-term care, and our Special Care Program for individuals with Alzheimer's and dementia.
What Sets Sherrill House Apart?
Comprehensive rehabiltation services, delivered by our in-house team of Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists
- New design that makes meals, nursing services, recreation, and education easily accessible for patients
- Exceptional staffing levels
- Award-winning Music Therapy Program, directed by our Board Certified Music Therapist
- Support groups for family members and friends, facilitated by our professional social work team
- Pastoral and spiritual services provided by our full-time staff chaplain
- Palliative and end of life care provided through our partnership with VNA Hospice Care
- Outdoor patio and garden
The Thompson Family Serenity Garden
Our Affiliations and Accreditations
We serve as a clinical training site for students from the following schools
Berklee College - Music Therapy
Boston University School of Social Work - Social Work
Lesley University - Music Therapy
Salem State College -Social Work
Simmons College - Social Work
Steps to Success - Brookline Public School summer internship program
Call us at 617-731-2400 or use our contact form to schedule a tour or request information.