Finding a Home for Eleanor...

Eleanor Mason, age 90, was admitted to The Milton Home in November 2013 following a hospital stay.  Since that day, she remained at our facility enduring several months of physical rehabilitation.  Through the guidance of our therapists and her willingness to succeed, she now feels strong enough to live independently again.  Unfortunately, through this extended period, her home was condemned and many of her possessions lost.  With the help of Jennifer Liggitt, our Social Service Director, and the caring staff of The Milton Home, an apartment has been arranged for Eleanor as well the possessions necessary to start a new home.  Our staff donated furniture, household goods, food, and even spending money to help return her to a life of independence.  Eleanor was "...overwhelmed by the generosity of The Milton Home..." and feels incredibly blessed.  Good luck, Eleanor, as you start living independently again.  We're honored to have been a part of your recovery.

Eleanor Mason (front) and Social Service Director Jennifer Liggitt (standing) stop for a photo in front of items for Eleanor's new home.

Eleanor Mason (front) and Social Service Director Jennifer Liggitt (standing) stop for a photo in front of items for Eleanor's new home.

Update 03/09/2015:  Here's a picture of Eleanor in her new apartment!  Congratulations!

Eleanor in her new apartment

Eleanor in her new apartment