Local Star, Volunteer Jacob Brown

Jacob Brown a local Franklin High School student and Peabody Home Volunteer recently drove his 4 Cylinder FWD for the Lakes Region Ice Racing Club. He won best in his class for the 2018 season. He has volunteered 40 hours of his time this year and enjoys bonding with the Elders. Way to go, Jacob! The residents are very proud of you for your accomplishment and are happy you showed them your trophy. Thanks for sharing your excitement! Laconia Daily Sun Article: April 12, 2018 #Volunteer #franklinNH #qualityoflife #eldercare #peabodyhome

Congratulations to the recently trained Hospice Volunteers

The Peabody Home was proud to partner with Franklin VNA for a 6 week Hospice Volunteer Training program. Below are the new valued community volunteers that participated in the more recent training program. Volunteers are the backbone of our community. The 6-week training program was presented by Franklin VNA's Hospice Program between March and April this spring. If you have an interest in becoming a Hospice Volunteer call today and let us know. “Hospice volunteers are adult men and women of all ages and backgrounds who have a desire to help their friends and neighbors and to serve the community," Rev. Tobias Nyatsambo, Hospice Chaplain and Volunteer Coordinator for the VNA, said. "They are

The Peabody Home in Franklin hosts a Grief Support Group Spring Program

Spring Grief Support Group 2-4pm May 23, 30 April 13, 20, 27 The Peabody Home presents a Bereavement Program, with support from Franklin VNA and Hospice, based on the foundation that being able to talk about what you are feeling and find compassionate support is the start to finding acceptance, solace and well-being. We recognize that each individual’s grief journey is unique and our programming is tailored to meet individual needs. Our spring program is open to anyone who has experienced the death of a loved one in the last 6 months. Grief is a normal and expected reaction to loss. Join us in April and May, we offer a safe, supportive and non-judgmental environment where individuals can

Meet Betsy, a Peabody Home Resident

We are pleased to introduce you to, Elizabeth Ann Reuper. Her nickname and what she likes to be called is, Betsy. Betsy was born in Flushing, Queens New York on May 6th, 1943. Her parents’ names were Henry & Ruth Reuper and she has two siblings; a younger brother, Richard (nicknamed Dick) and an older sister, Doris. Both of her parents were Math teachers up until her mother had children. After that, her father continued to teach, and her mother stayed at home. Her mother hired a maid, Helen, and she helped with the children and the house chores. Betsy remembers Helen being very kind and said that Helen even made her doll clothes which she has fond memories of. Betsy described herself as a ve

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