We are developing our private wheelchair-accessible gardens for future enjoyment and therapeutic benefit of people in our community affected by long-term illness and disability. This is a long-term, life-long project for us.
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  • New 2017 RESTOP RAM Drives Respite Message

    Ecc. 1:2 “Vanity of vanities, all is vanity…” The RESTOP vanity plate drives a message to lift the burdens of long-term caregivers: Take time for respite. Starting today, Karl and I are attending the National Lifespan Respite Conference in Denver, Colorado. With our friends from Massachusetts Lifespan Respite Coalition, we will be learning the latest […]

  • 9/11/16 ~ Stroll and Memory Café Summary

    Bob and Jeanne enjoy the Koi Pond

    Yesterday Karl and I hosted, with the help of two volunteers, seven adults and five children at our Stroll and Memory Café. Jeanne and her dad, Bob, visited again from their homes in Hamilton and Ipswich. When I asked Jeanne for her feedback, she said that what she liked most was the raspberry patch picking […]

  • Stroll & Memory Café Reminder: This Sunday, 9/11, 11am – 2pm

    Miss Honey Stops and Rests

    Friends, This Sunday is our next Sunday Stroll and Memory Café. If you would like to attend, please e-mail or call me prior to your visit: mary at marymacissions.com or 978-887-4202. Moving forward with a listening heart, vision, inquiry, and action, ~ Mary