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  • A note from the President & CEO of Mary Wade

    September 22nd, 2016


    The Connecticut Statewide Transition Plan for Alignment with the Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Final Regulation’s Settings Rule    Comments to the Connecticut Department of Social Services Home and Community Based Services Unit by David V. Hunter  September 21, 2016   I am the President & CEO of Mary Wade, which is a nonprofit…

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  • In the News!

    July 6th, 2016


    David V. Hunter, chief executive officer of Mary Wade in New Haven, recently was elected to serve as a member of the Board of Directors of LeadingAge Connecticut, a membership organization representing more than 130 not-for-profit mission driven provider organizations serving older adults and disabled individuals. Mary Wade is a nonprofit organization that provides short…

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  • CT STYLE invites Mary Wade into their Kitchen

    March 11th, 2016


    In the Bender Kitchen: Mary Wade Wine Dinner’s Smoked Salomn Boule Mary Wade Home is so grateful to have Thomas Matthews of Wine Spectator as the Host, Scott Randall of Opici Wine Company, and Chef Ruiz of the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale of our Annual Wine Dinner on April 30th at the Omni…

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  • 2016 Wine Dinner CT Style Segment

    March 9th, 2016


    David V. Hunter with Scott Randall of Opici Wines and Chef Todd of the Omni New Haven Hotel at Yale preparing for the CT Style Show to talk aboutMary Wade Home‘s Annual Wine Dinner on April 30th and the 150th Anniversary of Mary Wade Home. For more information about tickets and sponsorships contact Kara Hunter…

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  • Mary Wade Honors First President on Happy Women’s Day

    March 8th, 2016


    Mary Wade Honors First President on Happy Women’s Day Mrs. Joseph Sheffield, in the picture, was the first President of the all women Board of Managers of the Home For the Friendless, now known as Mary Wade Home.  The Home began in 1866, following the Civil War, when a group of ladies representing the Churches…

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  • A Story of Mary Wade – and – In Honor of Women’s History Month

    March 4th, 2016


    A sustained charitable impulse was present in New Haven, Connecticut during the late eighteen hundreds, and there were a number of philanthropic institutions already in operation.  Among the many emergent organizations serving the “virtuous poor”, there continued to be a challenge to attend the needs of and provide tender sympathy to “vagrant young females”. That…

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  • Top Nursing Homes in CT 5 Star Rated

    March 4th, 2016


    Under superb leadership at Mary Wade we have received the Top Nursing Homes in Connecticut 5 Star Rated  Award. We received “Much Above Average” ratings and could not be prouder to recognize our hard working staff. https://www.medicare.gov/  

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  • Brain Fitness – Spring Fling

    March 2nd, 2016


    BRAIN FITNESS at Mary Wade! How you can stay sharp and reduce your chance of dementia The Guest Speaker is Donna Fedus, M.A. • Founder of Borrow My Glasses LLC, Aging and Caring From A New Perspective • First Director of Elder Programs, The Consultation Center, Yale University School of Medicine • Coalition for Senior Medication Safety, Initiator…

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  • Home Made by Daily Nutmeg

    February 23rd, 2016


    Home Made From 1866 to 1966, Mary Wade Home, now a community for seniors in Fair Haven, was called the Home for the Friendless. It wasn’t a refuge for the socially inept. “Friendless” was a euphemism for “vagrant, idle, and homeless girls,” many of whom became pregnant out of wedlock and were then “betrayed” by…

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