Activities are important at Mary Ann Morse as they are important diversions or distractions from the hard work of rehabilitation and recuperation, have been shown to be clinically important in psychological and emotional well-being and provide much-needed levity and entertainment.
Upon arrival, the activities staff interviews patients and residents to learn about interests, preferences and or talents. In this way, our staff can orient patients, residents and their families to the wide array of resources available at Mary Ann Morse.
Hobbies, crafts and the arts are all available and actively encouraged.
Our activities staff regularly schedule musicians and other entertainers for performances. These often include participation among residents families and staff – all of which is very entertaining!